Singapore Emerging Manager Symposium

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Date: Wednesday 17th February

Time: 12pm – 6:30pm

Venue: Singapore Cricket Club

Market volatility, regulatory change, increasing operational costs, and evolving fundraising dynamics continue to reshape the hedge fund landscape. Now, more than ever, Emerging Managers require specialist advice on how to address these challenges.

In response, Apex Fund Services, Saxo Markets, Swiss-Asia Financial Services, Bovill Asia, and Conyers Dill & Pearman have joined forces to provide expert speakers in their respective fields and provide guidance tailored to Emerging Managers.

The afternoon is dedicated to Emerging Manager content – including market insight, trading and prime brokerage services, practical regulatory and compliance solutions, key legal considerations, developments in capital introductions, and emerging hedge fund administration services.

In addition, guest speakers from a leading Family Office and a pitching coach will provide insight into what emerging hedge fund investors look for in their managers, and how managers can best deliver the all-important “elevator pitch”.

Topics Covered:

  • 2016: The Perfect Year for Global Macro?
  • Taking a change on Emerging Hedge Fund Managers: a Single Family Office’s perspective.
  • Prime Brokerage and Capital Introductions for Emerging Managers
  • Elevator Pitches 101
  • Securitization – A new wave for Hedge Funds?
  • The Evolving Role of a Fund Administrator (Ashmita Chhabra – Apex Fund Services APAC)
  • Key Legal Considerations for Emerging Managers
  • Hedge Fund Regulations – Key Considerations for Emerging Managers

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