"For nearly 60 years, OppenheimerFunds has served clients through investing for the long term. This conference highlights a key component of our investment philosophy."
NEW YORK, Sept. 25, 2015 – OppenheimerFunds, a leading global asset manager, announced it will be Presenting Sponsor of The New York Times’ 2015 DealBook Conference “Playing for the Long Term.” The exclusive event convenes leaders who exemplify what it takes to plan beyond the immediate economic, political and market climate, and build a firm’s vision and success over the long-term. Event panels will feature distinguished CEOs from institutions including Affirm, Inc., BlackRock, The Coca-Cola Company, IBM, Morgan Stanley and Netflix.
“For nearly 60 years, OppenheimerFunds has served clients through investing for the long term. This conference highlights a key component of our investment philosophy.” said Art Steinmetz, OppenheimerFunds Chairman and CEO. “Clients look to us for our long-term, proven strategies across market cycles to help them achieve their investment goals.”
OppenheimerFunds, including its subsidiaries, manages more than $219 billion in assets serving clients who range from endowments and sovereigns to financial advisors helping individual investors.
The conference will be hosted by Andrew Ross Sorkin, DealBook founder and New York Times editor at large, on Nov. 3 at the new Whitney Museum of American Art, in New York.
- Laurence D. Fink – CEO, BlackRock
- James Gorman – CEO and Chairman, Morgan Stanley
- Reed Hastings – Founder and CEO, Netflix
- Muhtar Kent – CEO, The Coca-Cola Company
- Max Levchin – Co-founder and CEO, Affirm, Inc.
- Daniel S. Loeb – Founder and CEO, Third Point, LLC
- Ginni Rometty – CEO, IBM
- Art Steinmetz – Chairman and CEO, OppenheimerFunds; opening remarks