The Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association is thrilled to have formed a strategic partnership with the private equity firm, Aspen Shadow.
Aspen Shadow’s $10,000,000 affordable housing fund is focused on solving the low-income housing crisis in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Aspen Shadow was founded by 26-year-old entrepreneur Rob Burger who launched his Venture Capital and Private Equity career in 2016 after cashing out of the mobile app startup he founded while still in college at the University of Pittsburgh.
David S. Goodboy, the founder of The Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association, remarked, “We are very excited to work directly with Rob and his private equity firm, Aspen Shadow. We’re always searching for unique and compelling investment opportunities for our members and Aspen Shadow checks all the boxes for a tremendous future in the alternative investment space.”
Aspen Shadow’s Founder, Rob Burger added, “We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with Palm Beach’s premier association for financial professionals. While many firms focus exclusively on their financial products, we are focused on providing exceptional experiences for our clientele by adding a luxury lifestyle component to our offerings.
About the Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association
The Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association (PBHFA.org) is a trade organization for hedge funds, family offices, ultra-high net worth investors and financial professionals in South Florida.
Since launching in the autumn of 2013 with an original core of five members, the association has grown to over 2200 members.
Focused on in-person Deal Making Socials and producing a series of educational webinars, the PBHFA has become the voice and go-to informational source for Palm Beach and South Florida’s high net worth investor and financial community.
For more information on The Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association, click here www.pbhfa.org
About Aspen Shadow
Aspen Shadow is a private equity firm specializing in alternative investments in real estate and venture capital for growth-stage startups. Aspen Shadow currently has offices in Aspen, Pittsburgh and Tulsa with plans to expand into Beverly Hills, California. The Tulsa Low Income Housing Fund 1 is Aspen Shadow’s breakout Fund and is targeting the renovation and rehabilitation of Tulsa’s aging stock of affordable housing, the majority of which was constructed before the 1980s.