Alternative Investments Asia Summit 2011 will bring together buy-side investors and alternative investments experts from across Asia to discuss and compare hedge funds, infrastructure, real estate and private equity opportunities in key Asian markets including China, India and Indonesia. Don’t miss it.
Why attend Alternative Investments Asia Summit 2011?
• Over 250 buy-side investors have already been invited as guests at this event. Investors who have confirmed their attendance at this event include Bank Hapoalim (Private Bank), BN Gupta Charitable Trust, BMO Bank of Montreal Private Bank, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Private Bank, DIC Pension Fund, GAO Advisors, JP Morgan Private Bank and LGT Private Bank amongst others
• Full-day dedicated to analysing how buy-side investors can maximise returns when investing into hedge funds, private equity, real estate and infrastructure
• Country-specific sessions discussing opportunities, trends and development outlook for key alternative investments in Indonesia, China and India
Separately bookable Infrastructure Investments Forum. This forum will gather the most influential figures who are actively involved in infrastructure investments to discuss investment opportunities and challenges, including sector-specific analysis on energy and power, transport and water infrastructure
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