The first annual PREVINVEST® Institutional Investors Conference Series, in partnership with R-square RiskLab, will take place on November 21st, 2013 in Rome, Italy.
PREVINVEST® Conference targets an audience of 80-100 professionals, comprising fund and single-hedge fund managers, fund of fund and fund of hedge fund managers, and institutional investors at a full one-day conference.

The PREVINVEST® Global Conference Series will examine the key developments shaping the global fund management industry in 2013:
  1. The hunt for yield in an ultra-low interest rates world.
  2. The institutionalization of the hedge fund industry.
  3. The “Death of Alternatives”?
  4. Smart beta funds: A marketing hype or a safe bet?
  5. Hot regulatory and compliance issues facing managers, pension plans, and investors in Europe: AIFMD and EC Agenda for Adequate, Safe and Sustainable Pensions.
  6. Sustainable pension plans in a context of ageing population and economic downturn. Risk management in an Asset/Liability Management framework.
  7. Lessons learned among global pension funds with liability-driven management issues facing defined benefit and defined contribution plans.
  8. Industry trends – hedge funds, hedge fund of funds, 40 Act absolute return structures, UCITS and growing convergence between long-only and hedge fund managers, ETF structural issues.
Please join us for a full-day conference that includes presentations and thought-provoking debate from leading industry speakers, who anticipate scenarios and offer suggestions as to how the industry might develop in the pension fund arena. Free places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

PREVINVEST® is an independent firm that provides advisory services, fund selection insight, asset allocation modelling and bespoke research to pension funds and institutional investors. More information about PrevInvest, the activities carried out and the research published are available at the link

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