Since 1995, the world-renowned Sohn Investment Conference, held annually in New York, has been the premier investment event, bringing the world’s savviest investors together to share fresh insights and money-making ideas to benefit the Sohn Conference Foundation’s work to end childhood cancer.

    Wall Street’s best and brightest investors participate in this unique, “must attend” event to share their expertise with an audience of more than 3,000 people, comprised of portfolio managers, asset allocators and private investors. Most speakers manage large proprietary investment portfolios that have outperformed the market for many years and do not share their insights in any public forum, but they volunteer their time to the Conference for the benefit of the Foundation. All contributions support the Foundation’s mission to support pediatric research and care.

    This year’s conference supports all of our Foundation Partners and Initiatives

    The Sohn Conference Foundation pursues preeminent and bold partners who will have the greatest impact in treating and curing pediatric cancer. The Foundation makes the majority of its grants to New York City institutions — hospitals and research centers — because it seeks to help the visionary scientific leaders and deserving patients of its host city.

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        Congratulations to our 2016 Winners and Finalists

        Finalists

        • Arthur Baer
          Cavendish Fund Management, LLC
          Idea: PINC
        • Robert Buesing
          Columbia Business School
        • Sean Murphy
          Game Creek Capital
          Idea: TV
        • Lily Miao
          The Wharton School
          Idea: CSU
        • Venkata Amarthaluru
          University of Pennsylvania
          Idea: GRA

        Semifinalists

        • Juliusz Sas
          GSSR Co, Inc.
        • Rob Li
          Columbia Business School
        • Justin Hess
          Kellogg School of Management
        • Michael Herman
          Columbia Business School
        • Scott Trenary
          Columbia Business School