Mergers & Acquisition Summit 2017 – 31st July

IAAIF is supporting the prestigious Mergers and Acquisition Summit 2017 scheduled on 31st July 2017. The summit is being organised by VC Circle. Meet the movers & shakers of the M&A sector at #VCCMnA summit on July 31 in Mumbai. Register now!

 

 

 

 

 

AUM of largest alternative managers up 10% in 2016

The AUM of the 100 largest global alternative asset managers rose 10% to US$4 trillion last year from 2015, with the biggest share belonging to real estate managers, according to a survey by Willis Towers Watson.

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Investing in India – Private Equity Regulations

The advent of the year 2015 has seen a lot of political and economic skepticism unfolding in the form of the Brexit vote, demonetization in India, mounting Chinese debt and concerns over trade relations between the US and Asia. It, however, appears that the politico-economic uncertainty has not shown any signs of slowing down the private equity (PE) investment regime. More particularly, with 2016 marking the third year in a row that the Asia-Pacific PE industry has performed at historic levels—a sign that PE performance in the region is increasingly dependent on the sector’s fundamentals. Private equity investments’ value in the Asia-Pacific region crossed $92 billion in 2016; which is a pullback from the 2015 all-time high of $124 billion.

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Webinar: Private Equity in China – deal landscape and cross-border investment risks

Mark your calendar for a complimentary, highly informative webinar for an overview of the Private Equity and Venture Capital deal landscape in China on Thursday, July 20th 2017 at 8.30 AM Indian time. You’ll learn about the players driving deals in China, as well as the risk factors investors should be considering in China deals.

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Alternative Risk Premia Investing

In a strict sense, an alternative risk premium is a non-traditional risk premium In practice, alternative risk premia are
systematic risk factors that can help to explain the past returns of diversified portfolios. They may be risk premia in a strict sense, but also market anomalies or common strategies (http://www.thierry-roncalli.com).

Unigestion a boutique asset manager, has posted a research paper by Olivier Blin, Joan Lee, and Jérôme Teiletche, on “some of the practical considerations that should help investors get the most out of their allocation to” alternative risk premia (ARP) strategies.

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