New York Hedge Fund Roundtable Names Adam Weinstein President-Elect

January, 2016 –The New York Hedge Fund Roundtable is proud to announce that Adam Weinstein has been named President-Elect for the 2016 year, effective immediately. As President-Elect, Weinstein will shadow the Roundtable’s current President, Timothy P. Selby, (a partner at Alston & Bird and head of its Investment Management Trading and Markets practice group) until he assumes the reins of the organization at some point later this year.

Weinstein, who has served as the chief financial officer for the Roundtable for many years, is a Managing Director at New Mountain Capital, where he is both Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer. Boasting more than 15 years of experience within the alternative investment community, he brings a wealth of industry experience to the Roundtable. Weinstein has been with New Mountain for more than 10 years. Prior to that was with Deloitte & Touche’s M&A group, having initially worked with blue chip private equity clients within the firm’s audit practice. “One of the single most important decisions an organization can make is identifying a successor. I have worked with Adam for about eight years on Roundtable matters and I am confident that he will effectively lead the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable as it evolves during the next chapter of its evolutionary life cycle. It is with great pleasure that I will work with Adam on this transition and support his vision for leading the Roundtable.” said Selby, who will remain a Director of the Roundtable and will stay actively involved with its leadership after Weinstein takes over as president. “After more than seven years as president, I felt it was time to bring a fresh perspective to the day-to-day management of the Roundtable. I have enjoyed my tenure more than words can convey. There is no finer group of professionals committed to advancing the mission of a not-for profit organization.” said Selby.

Stanley Goldstein, who founded the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable in 2004 and serves as its Chairman, said he is excited about Weinstein’s elevation on the management committee. “Tim has done an incredible job helping expand the reach of the Roundtable beyond hedge funds and into other areas of the alternative investment community. He has really raised the bar when it comes to members’ expectations of the caliber of monthly events we hold, philanthropic organizations we support and industry matters we otherwise bring to the fore with our membership and the alternative investment community,” said Goldstein. “With Tim’s ongoing guidance and Adam’s fresh insights and ideas, I believe the Roundtable is positioned to become an even more valuable resource for individuals working within the alternative investment arena.”

Weinstein, who has been an active member of the Roundtable for 10 years, is excited to be part of the organization’s leadership. “The New York Hedge Fund Roundtable has been a valuable resource for individuals within the alternative investment community to discuss issues of importance within the industry and to network with their peers,” he said. “I am excited to become more involved with shaping our monthly events and the topics the Roundtable focuses on each month. Stanley Goldstein had a wonderful vision many years ago when he created an organization that has had such a far reaching and deep impact, and Tim has been an exceptional President over the past seven years as he has grown and built upon Stanley’s initial vision.”

Following is a complete list of members of the Roundtable’s management committee for 2016:


Stanley Goldstein, Chairman

Founder, New York Hedge Fund Roundtable

Jason Jones

Founder, Portfolio Manager with HighStep Capital

Timothy P. Selby

Partner, Head of Investment Management Practice with Alston & Bird

Timothy G. Sledge

Director, Epoch Investment Partners

Carol Van Atten

Vice President of Programs at the Charles Hayden Foundation


Timothy P. Selby, President

Partner, Head of Investment Management Practice with Alston & Bird

Adam Weinstein, President-Elect

Managing Director with New Mountain Capital

Carol Van Atten, Vice President

Vice President of Programs at the Charles Hayden Foundation  

Kunjan Mehta, Treasurer

Partner at Grant Thornton

Sarah Tomolonious, Secretary

Vice President of Marketing and Investor Relations at Arlon Group


Management Committee:

BJ Bellock, Monthly Forum Committee Chair

COO and Director of Business Development, HedgeCo         

Dom DiPasquale, Monthly Forum Committee

Director of Investment Manager Sales, Co-Head North America at Bloomberg

Pierre duPont, Membership

Partner at HPM Partners

Megan Flynn Harnett, Membership

Senior Business Analyst at General Atlantic

Ashley Groves, Education/Best Practices Committee

Vice President of Key Accounts at AFEX

Gabrielle Guttman, Industry Liaison Committee

Founder & President, Connext Consulting

Stuart Koonce, Education/Best Practices Committee

Partner, Member of the Investment Fund, Advisors & Derivatives Group at Sidley Austin

Eric Lazear, Industry Liaison Committee

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Compliance Officer at IAM Limited

Jonathan Luttwak, Membership Co-Chair

Co-Head of Alternative Investment Services at Cushman and Wakefield

Michael Medvinsky, Technology Committee Chair

CEO, Nedelma

Layne Moskowitz, Monthly Forum Committee

Sales Manager, Hedge Funds in CT/NY, Bloomberg

Susan Reph, Philanthropy Chair

Sales Manager at Bloomberg

Sachin Sawhney, Digital Marketing & Social Media

Founder/Executive Director, New Energy Connect

Peter Suhr, Membership

President, Strategy and Distribution Inc.

Alvarez Symonette, Membership

MAK Capital

Brian S. Toth, Sponsorship & Education Chair/Best Practices Committee

High-Yield Credit Analyst, Independent Consultant

Sarah Tomolonius, Corporate & Social Responsibility Chair /Membership Co-Chair

Vice President of Marketing and Investor Relations at Arlon Group

The Roundtable will continue to hold quarterly open meetings for members interested in contributing to the organization’s initiatives. For more information about membership, or to apply to become a member of the Roundtable, please visit or email us at


About The New York Hedge Fund Roundtable:

The New York Hedge Fund Roundtable is a non-profit organization focused on promoting ethics and best practices within the alternative investment industry. The membership consists of investors, fund managers and other industry professionals who regularly meet to discuss current issues within the industry and connect with peers. Monthly events center around thought-provoking speakers and panels designed to keep members apprised of timely and important issues within the alternative investment industry. The Roundtable’s goal is to provide a forum for thought leadership, where industry professional have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills and to network with other individuals committed to advancing the industry with the highest ethical standards. For additional information about the Roundtable, visit: