Exclusive networking events for hedge fund managers and investors in Asia since 2005

 

Celebrating 10 years of connecting the hedge fund industry

 

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Clap your hands say yeah: Singapore event another smashing success!

The 48th Hedge Funds Club networking evening in Singapore was a smashing success. Tower Club’s penthouse on the 64th floor of Republic Plaza in Raffles Place was packed with several hundred fund managers and investors havng a good time meeting old and new industry friends. The by invitation only networking evening was generously sponsored by Ogier, Linedata, TSI International Group, MaplesFS, Eurex, UOB Bullion and Futures, SuMi Trust Global Asset Services, EBS BrokerTec, Milltrust International and Sherpa Funds Technology.

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Next event:

Hong Kong Hedge Funds Club

Thursday 12th November 2015 at Club Lusitano, Central, Hong Kong

An exclusive by invitation only event for hedge fund managers and investors. The 49th Hedge Funds Club evening’s sponsors include Ogier, TSI International Group, Dealreporter, SuMi Trust Global Asset Services, Henley Business School Executive Hedge Fund Program and  Milltrust International. To sign up, please email: stefan.nilsson@hedgefundsclub.com.

 

Disrupting the fund management industry

Richard Waddington

Richard Waddington

 

Disruptive technologies can be fun, especially when they shake up the investment management industry. HFC’s Stefan Nilsson decided to have a chat with Richard Waddington in Singapore who recently launched the disruptive technology service Optimal Risk Sizing as a spin-off from The Sherpa Funds. Read all about it here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henley brings hedge fund education to Asia

Henley Business School has teamed up with hedge fund industry veteran Steve Bernstein to launch a first of its kind executive hedge fund program to Asia. Ahead of the September launch of the new program, HFC’s Stefan Nilsson caught up with Henley’s Neil Logan and Steve Bernstein. Read the full interview here.

 

Kate Hodson

Kate Hodson

The legal side of the Asian hedge fund industry

HFC’s Stefan Nilsson wanted to find out more about the legal side of the Asian hedge fund industry and decided to have a chat with Ogier’s Kate Hodson. Read all about it here.   THFC1

Tokyo Hedge Funds Club’s

Official 10-Year Anniversary Party was a smashing success!

Hedge funds / Investors / Networking / Live jazz / No boring stuff

The Hedge Funds Club celebrated a decade of connecting the hedge fund industry with a major party at the Roppongi Hills Club in Tokyo on Thursday 18th June. Oh what a night it became! Great guests, great networking, great music, in the greatest city in the world. HSH Prince Andreas von und zu Liechtenstein was our guest of honour and several hundred of Japan’s finest fund managers and investors joined this special by invitation only evening soiree. For the past ten years, the Hedge Funds Club has been the meeting place for Japan’s and Asia’s hedge fund managers and investors. In June 2005 we held our very first networking evening in Tokyo and we have since then connected the industry through events in Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong. The very special ten-year anniversary event was sponsored by Japan Exchange Group, Ogier, Elian, TSI International Group, Maples Fund Services, Dealreporter, Eurex, UOB Bullion and Futures, S&P Capital IQ, Intertrust and Abarth. A big thank you to our generous sponsors. Now onto the next decade.

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Asia’s leading hedge funds came out to play in HK

On Monday 16th March, the Hedge Funds Club gathered several hundred of Hong Kong’s leading hedge fund managers and investors for the 46th Hedge Funds Club networking evening. Club Lusitano was packed with the good, the even better and the best hedgies. The evening was generously sponsored by Bang & Olufsen, Ogier, SuMi Trust Global Asset Services, Eurex, TSI International Group, Matthew Hoyle Financial Markets, MaplesFS, UOB Bullion and Futures, Intertrust and Dealreporter.

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There is value in Abe’s Japan
KU and Associates

KU and Associates

Kenichi Ura made himself a name while doing research and managing money at the asset management arms of Prudential and Baring. In 2007 he set up his own research shop, KU and Associates and in 2014 Creation Capital launched a new value-focused small/mid-cap Japan fund advised by Kenichi Ura. HFC’s Stefan Nilsson decided to find out more in a brief interview with Ura-san here.

  

Asia’s favourite social club rocked Singapore

Oh, what a night! On Monday 2nd February, Asia’s favourite social club for the hedge fund industry rocked Singapore’s central business district. The 45th Hedge Funds Club evening got Singapore’s best hedge fund managers and smartest investors together for another fun evening of drinks and networking. The evening’s sponsors were Ogier, SuMi Trust Global Asset Services, Linedata, RHT Compliance Solutions, TSI International Group, CPI and UOB Bullion and Futures.

 

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On yer bike: Greg Smith on why commodities make sense in your portfolio
Greg Smith

Greg Smith

 

As many commodities are trading close to or below their marginal cost of production, it is perhaps a good time for investors to revisit the commodities markets. Can we expect the recent correction in commodity prices to be short-lived? Are commodities attractively valued at current levels? The recent price corrections create tremendous opportunities for medium to long-term investors. HFC’s Stefan Nilsson sat down with commodities fund manager Greg Smith to talk about the opportunities in the commodities markets. Read the full interview here.

Japan’s hedge funds given boost by Abenomics
Nilsson and Takahashi

Nilsson and Takahashi

 

With the arrival of Abenomics the interest in Japanese hedge funds picked up again. But the Japanese hedge fund industry has also suffered from several scandalsin the past couple of years which has changed the industry. In this interview HFC’s Stefan Nilsson talks with Makoto Takahashi, chairman of one of Japan’s leading hedge fund management firms, about UMJ, Abenomics, hedge fund platforms and attracting foreign capital. Read the full interview here.

 
The First Degree View: Stephen Fisher’s views on the global markets
Fish

Fish

After a long global career in asset management with JP Morgan, Stephen “Fish” Fisher set up First Degree Global Asset Management in Singapore in 2011. He serves as the firm’s chairman and CIO. While at JP Morgan, he served as Head of Global Fixed Income Product – Asia Pacific, Australian Head of Capital Markets Research and Asia Pacific Regional Head of Capital Markets Research. In his blog The First Degree View, he shares his thoughts on global markets. Follow Fish’s views here.

 

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“Many congratulations for making this happen. In life there are only so many people who make things happen and you are one!”

Simon Hopkins, CEO, Milltrust International

 
Prerna Chainani-Monsen: from hedge funds to fashion

Fashion brand: Maison Monsen

Prerna Chainani-Monsen is well-known in Hong Kong’s hedge fund community. Having earlier gone from investment banking to jewellery to hedge funds, she has recently launched her own fashion clothing business, Maison Monsen. Hedge Funds Club’s Stefan Nilsson decided to have a conversation with the fashionable Prerna about the passions in her life. Read all about it here.

 

                                            

Chris White: an ice climbing portfolio manager

Chris White

Chris White is currently one of the portfolio managers at Nezu Asia Capital Management in Singapore and an active ice climber. Hedge Funds Club’s Stefan Nilsson decided to chat with him about risk management on the trading desk versus up a mountain and climbers with punk rock attitudes. Read the full conversation in our interview section here.