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SOURCE Capital Management Group
CHICAGO, Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Shawn Baldwin, Chairman and CEO of Capital Management Group, joined policy, trading and technology professionals Tuesday at the Inside Market Data conference for a provocative look at the impact of regulations, reforms, information and relationships on investment opportunities and outcomes in emerging and frontier markets.
On the panel, "The World is Your Oyster: Chicago Firms Broaden Their Net," Baldwin and other opinion leaders talked about finding opportunities and mitigating risks using advanced market data sources. The panelists also provided insights on a concept that's quite new to the industry: Cooperation.
"Capitalizing on market changes has always been viewed with a competitive lens, but that's changing. One example that cooperation is trending upward is the BRIC fund," said Baldwin, referring to the $100 billion fund that leaders of four emerging markets – Brazil, Russia, India and China – recently pledged to create as a fallback in times of crisis. "The research tools are simply better. They cannot eliminate risks altogether but they can shed light on those once-gray areas. The odds are not only better but the money grows faster, encouraging new investment."
Baldwin was joined by John McPartland, Senior Policy Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago; Christopher Hehmeyer, Chief Executive Officer, HTG Capital Partners; and moderator Manisha Kimmel, Executive Director, Financial Information Forum.
In its fifth year, Inside Market Data, held at the Mid-America Club, is a unique conference that offers market data and trading technology executives an opportunity to network and learn trends from leading industry executives.
About Capital Management Group
CMG provides trading, advisory, research and investment banking services to pension funds, foundations, endowments and corporations. Since forming in 2002, the firm has participated in more than 75 corporate capital markets transactions with a par of more than $68 billion in equity and debt financings. The equity capital markets deals include issuers such as the New York Stock Exchange, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Travelers, Genworth Financial and Google, Inc., in which CMG was a co-manager. For more information, visit www.cmgfunds.com.
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