Cap Intro: Emerging Markets Alternative Investing is a highly focused capital introduction event bringing together active investors and successful, growing alternative investment managers focusing especially on opportunities in emerging markets.
At the Cap Intro: Emerging Markets Alternative Investing, investors and investment managers get what they need in their allocation and capital raising efforts: targeted private meetings. It is an extraordinary opportunity to get first round or continued meetings with your potential investors/investment managers underway.
Rationale for investors: meet with exceptional managers investing in emerging markets in an extremely time efficient and productive format.
Addressing remuneration under AIFMD, UCITS, MiFD and CRD.
UCITS, CRD and AIFMD remuneration updates:
• UCITS V: current state of play
• CRD: latest technical standards
• AIFMD: delegated entities and proportionality
• Completing the jigsaw: how UCITS, CRD, MiFID and
AIFMD fit together
Benefit from first-hand case studies on:
• Writing a remuneration policy
• Managing remuneration instruments
• Remuneration policy business implementation
• Delegated entities scope proportionality
Practical guidance for non-alternative and alternative firms during the transitional period.
Regulatory updates during the transitional period:
• FCA AIFMD update: authorisation and remuneration
• UK and EU implementation of AIFMD to date
• AIFMD interpretation within five key EU member states
Benefit from first-hand accounts on:
• Practical lessons for gaining AIF authorisation
• The impact of AIFMD on non-EU fund managers
• AIFMD reporting and transparency
Benchmark your response with peers to:
• Operating alternative and non-alternative funds
• Meeting new remuneration guidelines in practice
• Depository selection and management
Opal Financial Group's annual public funds conference addresses issues that are critical to the investment success of senior public pension fund officers and trustees in the new millennium. We will discuss how surplus returns should affect employee benefit plans, closely examine the processes for selection and evaluation of investment managers, investigate legal concerns with fund investment and management policies, as well as explore the benefits and pitfalls of a wide variety of investment strategies.
Once again, this January leading project developers and the financial community will gather in New Orleans to kick off their year at Projects & Money. This dynamic event has developed a growing, dedicated following by creating a powerful venue for the project finance community to connect, share information about upcoming project opportunities and hear the best available outlook on the financing landscape and deal making opportunities. Projects & Money is truly the “one stop meeting central for project professionals”…what one attendee calls “a definite annual calendar event”.
Financial Research Associates’ 7th Annual Opportunities in the DCIO Market Summit, taking place January 14-15, 2014 in Boston, features industry innovators, retirement platforms, advisors and consultants discussing the latest trends, updates and information surrounding the defined contribution investment-only industry.
Subscribers of Global Fund Media are entitled to a 10% discount. Mention FMP115 during registration to enjoy this offer
iGlobal Forum’s Specialty Finance Summit is the go-to forum where senior-level representatives from specialty finance companies meet with private equity firms, hedge funds, wealth management firms, senior lenders and asset managers.
It is an invaluable deal-sourcing event, where investors meet potential targets and potential acquirers for their businesses, and issuers share best practice with their peers and generate new funding opportunities.
The Central and East Africa Mining Investment Summit will provide a chance for you to hear from the international community on how risks like tax and mining codes can be managed. Thought provoking case studies will be presented alongside panel debates on strategies for improving power supply of managing resource nationalism.