Michael Novogratz Presentation- Ira Sohn Conference 2014 – ValueWalk Premium

Michael Novogratz Presentation- Ira Sohn Conference 2014

Michael Novogratz is a principal and member of the board of directors of Fortress Investment Group LLC (NYSE:FIG) and Co-Chief Investment Officer of the Fortress Macro Fund and the Drawbridge Global Macro Fund. Michael Novogratz joined Fortress in 2002 after spending 11 years at Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS), where he was elected partner in 1998. Michael Novogratz serves as a member of the New York Federal Reserve’s Investment Advisory Committee on Financial Markets. Michael Novogratz founded and serves as Chairman of the Board for Beat the Streets, a nonprofit organization which builds wrestling programs in New York City Public Schools and is also the Honorary Chairman of USA Wrestling Foundation. Michael Novogratz is Chairman of The Friends of the Hudson River Park. He also serves on the Board of the Acumen Fund, NYU Langone Medical Center, Princeton Varsity Club, and the Jazz Foundation of America. Michael Novogratz received an AB from Princeton University in Economics, and served as a helicopter pilot in the US Army.

We are covering the 19th IRA Sohn Investment Conference produced in partnership with Bloomberg LINKMake sure you sign up for our free newsletter to ensure you do not miss any updates! Michael Novogratz spoke at the IRA Sohn Investment Conference, also see Fortress invested $20 million in Bitcoin. Below are notes from his presentation. Note all times are EST (and from May 5th 2014)

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