Biographies

0008_aDavid S. Fontenot, is the Managing Partner of Cane Capital and has two decades of experience in the futures industry. In 2007 David launched Cane Capital Management and Cane Global Master Fund, operating the successful hedge fund for seven years. In 2014, the Cane Global Master Fund was converted into a ’40 Act Mutual Fund and was later merged with another Multialternative Fund. In 2018, David launched the Cane Global Macro Feeder Fund on the Gemini Galaxy Plus platform.

Over two decades he has built the firm’s core trading strategies and proprietary models that are still used today.

Prior to founding Cane Capital David spent 10 years as a proprietary trader and Portfolio Manager, researching and allocating capital to hedge fund managers to pursue diversity for the portfolio’s risk. David earned a B.B.A. from Millsaps College in 1998 and an M.B.A. from Millsaps College in 1999.


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Buddy Roemer is the founder and former CEO of Business First Bank in Louisiana. After operating for five years Business First Bank has exceeded $800,000,000 in asset size. Prior to this he co-founded and later served as CEO of The Business Bank of Baton Rouge, which was the largest de nova bank in the history of Louisiana.

Buddy was elected Governor of the State of Louisiana where he served from 1988 to 1992. Prior to this he served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, from 1980 to 1988, and sat on the Banking, Budget, and Small Business Committees. Buddy earned his BA from Harvard College in 1964 and his MBA from the Harvard Business School in 1967.


Charles E. Roemer, IV is the President of Roemer, Robinson, Melville & Co. For the past 12 years Mr. Roemer has been a leader in the senior housing industry throughout the United States, serving as a consultant to senior housing developers and as a part owner, senior vice-president, and board member of CRSA. CRSA is one of the nation’s leading developers and managers of senior housing, developing over $2 billion in senior housing projects and operating in 21 states.

Charles also serves as one of eight elected members to Louisiana’s State Board of Education. He graduated with honors from Harvard University in 1992.


Donald T. “Boysie” Bollinger is the Chairman and CEO of Bollinger Enterprises, a single-family investment office headquartered in New Orleans. Prior to founding Bollinger Enterprises, he served as Chairman and CEO of Bollinger Shipyards, established in 1946 and the largest vessel-repair firm in the Gulf of Mexico.

Boysie currently serves as Chairman of the Board of First Bank and Trust and Chairman of the Nicholls State University Foundation. He is also a board member of numerous professional and civic organizations, including the University Medical Center Management Corporation, Audubon Commission, Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation, National World War II Museum, and Chief Executives Organization. Boysie earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration in 1971 from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette.


A. Peyton Bush, IV is the Chief Investment Officer of Bollinger Enterprises and oversees all investment activities and asset allocation. Peyton is responsible for the portfolio which includes publicly-traded debt and equity securities, hedge funds, and direct investments in both real estate and private equity. Prior to this he was Vice President at LongueVue Capital, a New Orleans based private equity firm. He also held roles at Highland Capital Management, a multi-strategy alternative investment firm in Dallas, TX, and JP Morgan Securities.

Peyton earned his Bachelor of Science from Tulane University, his MBA from Vanderbilt University, and served four years as an Intelligence Officer in the United States Marine Corps.