16 - 17 August, 2011, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore
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30th November and 1st December 2011, Shanghai
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A survey with 3,300 investment performance and risk management professionals showed that 64.7 percent of the respondents face a challenge in compiling performance measurement & attribution for alternative assets
Almost half of the respondents polled, also feel that expressing risk management for alternative investments is another hurdle that they are facing at the moment.
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Investment Performance Analysis and Risk Management (IPARM) has established itself as the industry’s must-attend meeting after successfully bringing together risk and performance practitioners from across Asia over the past years. This event focuses on the current issues and latest strategies for performance and risk management dedicated to asset/fund managers, institutional investors, insurance companies and private banks.
What are the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS®)? Initially GIPS were born out of the frustration of pension fund trustee’s inability to differentiate between good and bad asset managers in the mid 1980s. Download Carl Bacon's Whitepaper on the Global Investment Performance Standards here.
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A survey with 3,300 investment performance and risk management professionals showed that 64.7 percent of the respondents face a challenge in compiling performance measurement & attribution for alternative assets Almost half of the respondents polled
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What are the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS®)?
Initially GIPS were born out of the frustration of pension fund trustee’s inability to differentiate between good and bad asset managers in the mid 1980s.
Download the article
Pre-conference Masterclass: Multi-asset class performance attribution
15 August 2011, 0830 - 1430
Join Carl Bacon, Chairman of GIPS Executive Committee, as he leads this masterclass that will cover the latest performance measurement standards and advanced performance attribution for multi-asset class portfolios.
Workshop A: Practical approaches for liquidity risk stress testing and scenario analysis
15 August 2011, 1500 - 1800
Find out more about liquidity stress testing and scenario analysis as Puah Ser Sze, Director of Investment Services at Towers Watson addresses key aspects including setting stress test limits according to your institution’s requirement, liquidity risk stress test frameworks and determining scenarios.
Workshop B: Risk Measurement and Management for Traditional and Alternative Investments, Quantitative vs. Qualitative
18 August 2011, 0900 – 1200
Dr. Sam Y. Chung, Professor of Finance at Long Island University will share his expertise on alternative investments through two separate workshops that will focus on risk management and performance analysis.
Workshop C: Performance Measurement and Attribution for Alternative Investments
18 August 2011, 1400 – 1700
By Dr. Sam Y. Chung, Professor of Finance, Long Island University
Congratulations to Mr. Teo Mon Kean, Head of Risk and Performance, Lion Global Investors Limited for winning a complimentary pass to IPARM Southeast Asia 2011.
A survey recently conducted with 3,300 investment performance and risk management professionals showed that 64.7 percent of the respondents face a challenge with performance measurement & attribution for alternative investments while half of the respondents who polled also felt that risk management in this area is another hurdle that they are facing at the moment.
Download the full report here to see the complete results from this survey.
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