Santangel’s Review is dedicated to finding and analyzing undiscovered investors. It is the creator and organizer of the Santangel’s Roundtable, an invitation-only capital introduction event that brings together investors and allocators from around the globe for meetings and networking. From 2010 to August 2012, it eponymously published original research on outstanding money managers who were not well known to the wider community of fund allocators.
“What an excellent conference! Any time you show up and immediately spot five people who you think are among the best investors in the world, you know you are in the right place.”
“I just want to extend a thanks and congratulations on a terrific event. It was honestly the best investment conference I have attended.”
“I thought the conference was absolutely outstanding. I have been to quite a few, and never feel I got as much value as I did from this.”
“I go to a fair number of investment conferences in the US and Europe and this is the best I attended so far.”
“Because you are so careful about the quality of both attendees and speakers, high quality people want to come. And it only gets better every year!”
“I felt that the content was leagues above that of other conferences. There was a good balance between actionable ideas and process insights from each of the managers.”
“I think the event was great, and I can’t really think of any area for improvement. It’s a must on the events we attend every year, and we attend very few! Thanks for having us!”
The Santangel’s Roundtable is an invitation-only conference aimed to introduce thirty-five to forty investors and eighty to one hundred allocators from leading family offices, endowments, and foundations. Throughout the day, participants will engage in eight private meetings and an idea presentation session, while also enjoying networking breaks, lunch, and a cocktail reception.
To celebrate our 25th event, the Santangel’s Roundtable is heading to Fenway Park. Join us this summer for our usual full day of meetings and networking among investors and allocators from leading endowments, foundations, and family offices—all in the heart of Boston at the oldest active ballpark in Major League Baseball.