The LSE Alternative Investments Conference (AIC) is the world’s largest student conference on hedge funds and private equity. The Conference, which is entering its fifth year in 2011, brings together some of the brightest students from across the globe with the industry's leaders for two days in Central London. The core aim of the Conference is to provide students with the opportunity to learn about the two industries and to meet inspirational industry leaders.
The fifth annual AIC will take place on 24th and 25th January 2011 at the five star London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square. Next year’s Conference promises to be another first-class edit
Examining the latest opportunities for investing in distressed debt and how to find them in the recovery
Opportunities in distressed investing continue to be lucrative, yet as an investment professional, you know that deal origination is becoming more difficult as banks continue to hold onto their NPL portfolios.
At the European Investing in Distressed Debt Forum a leading line-up of investors from across Europe will trade war stories and experiences of the past 18 months and discuss where they see opportunities for 2011.
After five successful years in New York, the Investing in Distressed Debt forum is coming to London.
Examining your pension plan’s longevity risk and the range of strategies to reduce it
For pension custodians these are perilous times. While some work has been done on quantifying investment, inflation and interest risk – pension schemes have not, to date, had the tools to analyse the risk, nor the solutions to manage the cost of its members living longer that expected.
The European De-Risking Longevity Forum has been designed to bring together the experts in this market from early adopters of the new longevity solutions to naysayers and those that challenge assumption of an ever increasing life expectancy.
According to different sources, including the FT, longevity increases in the UK have been about 2 per cent a year over the past 30 years, forming a large part of the UK's private sector pension lia