The Santangel’s Roundtable is an invitation-only conference that facilitates introductions between investment firms and allocators from leading family offices, foundations, and endowments. The goal is to create an intimate environment that fosters valuable and lasting connections, while also being an efficient use of time for all attendees.
Traditionally held twice per year in New York City, the Santangel’s Roundtable will expand this summer to hold an additional event in Boston. Our goal is to intertwine our core commitment to curating a high-quality group of 50 investment managers and 100 allocators with the iconic allure of Fenway Park. Home to the Boston Red Sox since 1912, Fenway stands as Major League Baseball’s oldest active ballpark.
Before the event, confirmed and registered allocators can access each attending manager’s materials. Allocators can then make meeting requests, which we use to hand-build their schedule on the day of the Roundtable. This allows allocators the opportunity to review managers at their own pace and select those most likely to be a fit, while also maximizing the meetings’ productivity for managers. At the Roundtable, participants will combine these private meetings with an idea presentation session, while also enjoying networking breaks, lunch, and a concluding cocktail reception.
Every facet of the event will be imbued with distinctive Fenway experiences. Meetings will take place overlooking the field, networking breaks will incorporate Fenway’s unique characteristics, and attendees will have opportunities to tour the historic stadium together, view the field from atop the Green Monster, and take photos with the Red Sox’ World Series trophy. The event will conclude with a cocktail reception overlooking the field and Green Monster.
Our goal has always been to create focused and dedicated meetings that create productive connections. By pairing these meetings with memorable experiences, the Santangel’s Roundtable at Fenway Park will launch these connections towards lasting relationships.