Conference Calendar

8 – 9
Managed Funds Association’s Forum 2010

The Drake Hotel, Chicago

Forum 2010 is MFA’s premier managed futures and global macro investment strategies conference and exposition for professionals in managed futures, hedge funds, funds of funds and their service providers and investors. Produced by MFA, Forum 2010 will feature an extensive educational programme, special networking opportunities, and an informative exhibition of products and services of interest to industry professionals. Opening Keynote Address by Stephanie D. Neely, Treasurer, City of Chicago and other speakers include: a keynote luncheon address by Lee Partridge, CEO, Integrity Capital LLC, and Portfolio Strategist, San Diego County Employees Retirement Association, as well as discussions by Keith Black, Associate, Ennis Knupp + Associates and Duncan Crawford, Head of Capital Introductions, Prime Brokerage, Newedge Group
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22 – 23
Hedge Fund Investors Symposium

Union League Club, New York

Institutional Investor’s 9th Annual Hedge Fund Investor Symposium gathers 80-100 of North America’s largest institutional investors & consultants for 2 days of dialogue exploring and debating new investment trends, best practices, and manager expertise.
For the second year, Institutional Investor will open the symposium to a limited number of managers to send a speaker or attendee.  The ratio of managers to investors is always better than 1 to 1.  
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The Regulatory Compliance Association’s

Annual Asset Management Thought Leadership Symposium
Marriott Marquis, Times Square, New York

While no one can predict the ultimate outcome of regulatory reform and shifting industry trends – preparation is paramount to hurdling the challenges and seizing the emerging opportunities.
First and foremost, the SEC’s new Asset Management Specialization Unit, within the Enforcement Division will target hedge funds, private equity, investment advisers, and investment companies – placing Asset Management directly in the cross hairs.
Moreover, Institutional Investor requirements continue to escalate.  Large Asset Owners favour firms who have superior processes and practices relative to regulatory compliance, risk management, operations, reporting and governance.  To examine and evaluate the challenges and opportunities, the Regulatory Compliance Association with its Event Partners presents the Asset Management Thought Leadership Symposium.  
Carlo di Florio, who recently replaced Lori Richards as the head of the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, will be providing exclusive insights regarding how SEC requirements will escalate and the examination environment will intensify in 2010 and 2011.
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