NAIC Events

The NAIC hosts ongoing events that bring leading diverse investment managers together with chief investment officers, institutional investors and industry professionals for networking and insight into industry trends. Our events provide a platform by which advocacy, business opportunities, and investment strategies are explored.

Where Diversity Meets Capital

The National Association of Investment Companies invites you to attend the 2017 NAIC Annual Private Equity and Hedge Fund Conference, October 11-12, 2017 at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business in Washington, DC. Titled Where Diversity Meets Capital, the annual conference of the largest network of diverse-owned private equity firms brings together chief investment officers, investment managers, limited partners and policymakers for networking as well as in-depth industry panel discussions.

Past Highlights:

NAIC Federal Briefings

NAIC Federal Briefings is a forum that brings together chief investment officers, leading diverse and emerging managers to discuss the under-utilization of these managers. The event also facilitates introductions between CIOs, investment professionals and leading diverse and emerging managers

Investment managers discuss their strategies and investment performance, as well as provide unique insights into opportunities to generate alpha by investing in diverse and emerging managers. Participating federal pension plans also discuss their investment making decision process.

NAIC Federal Briefings

NAIC Institutional Investor Forums

The NAIC Institutional Investor Forum is a members-only event that brings together high ranking investment managers with limited partners and government officials to share insights and market intelligence as well as network. These forums also give potential investors an opportunity to connect with NAIC members and provide a platform to discuss manager performance, investment strategies and relevant emerging manager programs. These exclusive events are for institutional investors, government officials, and C-level investment executives who want to interact and build relationships.