Alternative Investments: Salt Las Vegas rolls out buffet of contrasting offerings

June 2013
Asian Investor;Jun2013, p1
The article discusses the Salt Las Vegas, a hedge fund conference, which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada in May 2013. It mentions the presence of various professionals in the conference including economist Nouriel Roubini, actor Al Pacino and the U.S. ex-secretary of defense Leon Panetta. The conference further highlights the comments of professionals regarding emerging markets in Asia.


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