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A panel discussion titled "Covering Your Assets: A Crash Course on Investing in a Macro Driven Environment" takes place at the annual Skybridge Alternatives Conference in Las Vegas May 8, 2013. Pictured (L-R) are Stu Hendel , Global Head of Financing Products, Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Jacob Go
Bruce Richards , CEO of Marathon Asset Management, speaks during a panel discussion titled "Covering Your Assets: A Crash Course on Investing in a Macro Driven Environment" at the annual Skybridge Alternatives Conference in Las Vegas May 8, 2013. Other picitured include (from L-R): Stu Hendel, mod