When does the conference take place?
The dates are Monday, November 28 and Tuesday, November 29, 2016.

Where does the conference take place?
The conference location is 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, 60 Furman Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn 11201.

What will be covered in the conference program?
The Conference Agenda can be found here.

Who will be speaking at the conference?
Information about confirmed speakers can be seen here.

How much do tickets costs?
The cost to attend is $7,500 per ticket. Tickets are no longer being sold online for the 2016 conference and can only be purchased on site. For info regarding on-site ticket purchases please email investorsconf@robinhood.org.

How much of the ticket price is tax-deductible?
For tax purposes, Robin Hood estimates the tax deductible amount of an Investors Conference registration ticket to be $6,650. Your donation acknowledgment letter will confirm this information.

Why am I being charged a credit card authorization fee?
If you are using your credit card, your purchase will be assessed an additional 3% processing fee to cover those fees assessed by American Express, Visa and MasterCard. This ensures that 100% of the funds raised go directly to Robin Hood-funded programs that fight poverty in New York City.

There is no fee associated with applicable to payments made via check, electronic funds transfer, or stock or wire transfer.

What is your policy on photography, recording and social media?
The taking of photographs, video recordings or audio recordings at the conference is strictly prohibited. All materials presented at the conference are the intellectual property of Robin Hood or the individual presenters. Attendees are not permitted to transmit or aid in transmitting any account, description, picture, video, audio, reproduction or other information about this event. This includes, but is not limited to, posting on social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, etc. This policy will be strictly enforced. Robin Hood reserves the right to remove any attendee who violates this policy.

Is this Conference open to members of the press?
Unfortunately, we are not opening the conference to members of the media.

Where can I find out more about Robin Hood?
More information about Robin Hood’s anti-poverty efforts can be found at www.robinhood.org.

Who can I contact if I have further questions about Robin Hood or the Robin Hood Investors Conference?
For more information or questions you may have, email us at investorsconf@robinhood.org.