Well, Fidelity’s chief executive won’t personally meet the Oracle of Omaha but a contingent of his senior executives will, Fortune reports .

In fact, the 100-strong Fidelity group will reportedly have their own face time with Buffet tomorrow after successfully gaming the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting last year by monopolizing the Q&A session. Attendees from Fidelity's headquarters in Boston include the senior vice-president of equity research, Chris Bartel; two chief investment officers, Joseph Desantis and Bob Litterst, 13 portfolio managers; and a Fidelity board trustee, David Thomas. And not to be left out, five analysts are coming from Hong Kong and seven “assorted professionals” from London.

Buffett reportedly put Berkshire questions off-limits but will answer all other questions on the economy (including Europe's), investment strategy and philosophy, politics and policy.

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