Kencel, Khosla to Discuss ‘Investing in Alternative Markets’
Greenwich Library and the Greenwich Economic Forum (GEF) announced that hedge fund executives Ken Kencel and Victor Khosla will discuss their business strategies and insights with Financial Times reporter, Lindsay Fortado, on Monday, Sept. 16, in the Library’s first floor Periodical Reading Room.
Kencel serves as President & CEO of Churchill Asset Management. Churchill is a provider of debt financing to middle market companies, primarily those owned by private equity investment firms. The firm currently manages $6.5 billion in committed capital and is part of Nuveen, the asset management division of TIAA and one of the largest global asset managers across multiple asset classes.
Khosla is Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Strategic Value Partners, LLC, (SVP) a $8.0 billion global alternative investment firm, focused on distressed and deep value opportunities. He established SVP in 2001 and has built it into one of the leading firms in the business, with offices in Greenwich, London and Tokyo.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the program will start at 6. Registration is required on the Library’s online calendar at greenwichlibrary.org