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LSE SU Alternative Investments Conference

About

The LSE SU Alternative Investments Conference (AIC) was founded by a group of committed and entrepreneurial undergraduate students in 2007 who aimed to create a forum for rich dialogue and debate between the world's leading hedge funds and private equity investors and students interested in these exciting industries.

The Conference began with 200 students who participated in a one day event at the London School of Economics and heard from several notable investors. The Conference has since grown to be the world’s largest student conference on Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Venture Capital as it now attracts over 7,700 applicants from around the world to hear over 40 senior level industry speakers hold court for two days at the five-star London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square.

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Student Applications
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Global Universities
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Annual Conferences

After the 2016 AIC Conference, over 3,000 delegates will have attended at least one of the ten editions of the AIC. These delegates now have a place to reconnect. We are proud to announce the LSE SU Alternative Investments Conference (AIC) Alumni LinkedIn Group. The goal of the Alumni Group is twofold: to educate students in the field of alternative investments and to connect the next generation of business leaders in the field as they continue along their careers in the industry. If you are a past attendee of AIC, please join us on LinkedIn to connect with AIC delegates past and present, forge friendships with some of the brightest financial and business minds of tomorrow as well as keep up to date with Conference and broader alternative investments news and much more!

Sir Howard Davies

Former Director of the LSE

“The AIC has become the leading conference in Europe for students interested in Finance”

The Financial Times

Brendan Maton

“...the largest event of its kind: a chance for the best brains in asset management to meet”