Singapore Hedge Funds Club
Evening Reception, 3 Sep 2019
Sydney Hedge Funds Club
Evening Reception, 10 Sep 2019
Hong Kong Hedge Funds Club
Evening Reception, 7 Nov 2019
Tokyo Hedge Funds Club
Year-End Reception, 2 Dec 2019
Tokyo Hedge Funds Club
Dialogue Luncheon, 3 Dec 2019
- Interview: Pauline Chrystal – portfolio manager and pastry chef
- Interview: Grace Reyes, President of The Association of Asian American Investment Managers
- News: The Eurekahedge Hedge Fund Index
- Interview: Daniel Rootes of Spark Plus on bringing Australian companies to Asian investors
- Interview: Roeland Pot, Managing Director, Flow Traders Hong Kong
Monthly Archives: October 2017
According to Eurekahedge, as of September 2017 YTD, Asian funds have recorded a growth in AUM of US$16.23 billion, with US$10.8 billion accounted for by performance-based gains while the remainder, roughly US$5.4 billion has come through net investor allocations. Asia ex-Japan managers are up 14.87% for the year, leading the table among strategic mandates with underlying Greater China and Indian managers up 22.16% and 19.36% year-to-date respectively. Japan focused funds are up 8.83% over the same period.
Rhicon in Singapore has launched a new Asia-focused macro strategy managed by Brian Quartarolo (ex-Caxton, Graham, Goldman Sachs).
Sadayuki Horie has departed Nomura after a very long career with the firm, where he most recently worked in pension fund management research roles at Nomura Research Institute. His new position is as governor and auditor of the Government Pension Investment Fund. He has earlier served as deputy chairman of the investment advisory committee at GPIF in 2014-16. He is also a vising professor at Osaka University of Economics Graduate School.
HFC Advisory Group has awarded the Hedge Funds Club scholarship for the Henley Executive Hedge Fund Program in Asia to Kameshwara Suppiah. “Since 2005, the Hedge Funds Club has been supporting the hedge fund industry in Asia by connecting hedge funds and investors. Henley Business School’s hedge fund program, taught by seasoned industry practitioners, helps to shape the future of the hedge fund industry. We have the same goals and it is a pleasure for us to partner with Henley,” says HFC’s founder Stefan Nilsson. “We selected Kameshwara for the first Hedge Funds Club scholarship from a pool of very diverse and motivated people. We think he has the right mix of eagerness, motivation and competitiveness to do well on the course and in the hedge fund industry.” Kameshwara Suppiah, a graduate of the National University of Singapore, will join this month’s intake of the Henley course in Singapore. The course is currently being run in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore and will soon launch in New York and London.