100 Women in Finance, the 20,000-member global industry association for hedge fund, alternatives and investment management professionals which aims to empower women within the global finance industry, has picked more than 300 female fund managers to participate in this year’s Global FundWomen Week, its annual flagship capital introduction event taking place from 20-24 September.
EisnerAmper’s 6th Annual Alternative Investment Summit will be held virtually on Thursday, 7 October, 2021. This year’s theme is: What’s Around the Bend: The Future of Alternative Investments.
Join us on 2 December for Institutional Asset Manager, Hedgeweek and Private Equity Wire's global summit as we analyse the key issues, changes and opportunities for fund managers, asset owners, intermediaries and advisors in the fast-evolving world of ESG and green investing.
Start-up hedge funds’ success or failure often hinges on how managers build fee structures and foster investor relationships during the perennially tricky launch process, which industry participants warn can be frustrating, expensive and time-consuming.
LMAX Group CEO Mercer pinpoints ‘ABC’ – adoption, banking and credit – as main drivers to institutional ‘mainstreaming’ of cryptocurrency asset class trading
Cryptocurrencies and the digital asset ecosystem continue to move towards a mainstream institutional marketplace, with the number of institutional participants either already allocating or planning to allocate to the nascent asset class imminently.
Gaining the Edge has announced that its new major industry event, Gaining the Edge – Alternative Investment Cap Intro Florida 2022, which will benefit at risk youth will take place on 19-21 January in West Palm Beach, Florida and will continue virtually until 11 February.
Despite the changing environment and challenges that Covid-19 has presented to operational and investor due diligence processes, sophisticated allocators still demand a “high level” of compliance and institutional infrastructure, according to Jenny Kim DeSmyter (pictured), Managing Director, Sales Strategy, SS&C Eze.
Emerging hedge funds must tread with caution in the face of increasingly complex operational infrastructure as their businesses gather pace and raise assets, speakers at Hedgeweek’s fourth annual HedgeweekLIVE North America Emerging Managers Summit said on Wednesday.
Cryptocurrencies continue to face considerable counterparty and exchange risk, which threatens to turn away larger institutional investors from the market – and industry participants say more should be done to bridge the infrastructure gap between digital and traditional assets.
Few sectors have endured such colossal price swings and asset volatility in recent weeks as cryptocurrencies, but speakers at the inaugural DigitalAssetsLIVE summit on Thursday said evolving market infrastructure, growing product selection, and positive investment performance continue to drive digital assets’ institutionalisation, drawing more capital allocators into this once frontier market.