Giants of investing, business and policy will talk about the state of markets and the U.S. economy at the Delivering Alpha conference Tuesday in New York City.
Top investing minds will discuss where they see opportunities in a U.S. stock market that is floating near all-time highs. They'll also give their thoughts on navigating the risks posed by a key Federal Reserve meeting next week and the looming presidential election.
Here are some of the key speakers at this year's event, which is presented by CNBC and Institutional Investor.
- Jack Lew: Lew has served as U.S. treasury secretary since 2013. Recently, the Obama administration and Treasury have tried to curb tax inversions, where a U.S. company acquires a firm overseas and changes its tax address to pay lower rates abroad. One rule change led to Pfizer and Allergan dropping a $160 billion merger. Lew has also spoken out about a recent European Commission order for Apple to pay back taxes to Ireland, calling it "inconsistent" with established tax law.