Indian Association of Alternative Investment Funds (IAAIF) is supporting the inaugural Global Alternative Investment Expo, organised by the Association of International Wealth Management of India (AIWMI). The event is scheduled on 6th September 2017 in Mumbai at hotel Taj Lands End. The Expo will be held parallel to the Family Office Summit 2017.
This Expo is a first-of- its-kind platform in India which will bring together some of the best alternative investment opportunities available for the Indian investors today. It will cover different alternative investment classes like Art, Commodities, Collectibles, Startups, Impact Investments, AIFs, Venture Debt, P2P Lending platforms, crowd funding platforms, REITs, InvITs, Incubators, Accelerators etc., including wealth distribution options like philanthropy.
The exhibitors of this Expo will benefit from their interaction with the audience of the 5th annual Family Office Summit India 2017 (including prominent business families, single and multi family offices, leading financial services professionals and private bankers, regulators and media professionals). The Exhibitors will also have opportunities to conduct focused knowledge sessions during the Expo engaging with the audience.
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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After dabbling in traditional investment avenues like stocks, fixed deposits, gold, mutual funds and real estate, some investors are venturing into more adventurous territory—digital currency, crowdfunding and P2P funding—to make their wealth grow. While the returns have been satisfactory in many cases, others have lost money too. We look at the pros and cons of some alternative investing avenues.
Please join Ashland Partners in the second of a three part series on Alternative Investments and their applicability in the market place. This webinar will be presented by Phil Fijal, who will explain typical Real Estate Investments and how they are handled within the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS). The presentation will cover various topics which include specific provisions in the GIPS Standards, marketing and performance considerations, as well as tips for achieving compliance with Real Estate Investments. In addition, we will go over the most common misconceptions and best practices about maintaining a firm’s GIPS compliance with Real Estate Investments.
Phil Fijal, CIPM – Senior Associate
Date and Time:
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 11:00 am, Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 12:00 pm, Mountain Daylight Time (Denver, GMT-06:00)
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 1:00 pm, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 2:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Event number: 661 401 680
Event password: 03212017
Event address for attendees: https://ashlandpartnersevents.webex.com/ashlandpartnersevents/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7b9374ece1b26e875421b4a565689cc5
The prospect of Brexit has instigated a great deal of uncertainty in a number of market sectors, but one country is attempting to capitalize upon the possibility that London will no longer be the leading European financial center. The Belgian legislature has created a new real estate investment vehicle that is intended to provide a model platform for asset managers serving investors with real estate investments throughout Europe. The new investment vehicle’s hallmarks include a flexible “light touch” regulatory framework and a competitive tax regime inviting international investment in physical and liquid real estate assets. Ultimately, it affords institutional and professional investors access to a real estate investment platform unburdened by stringent regulatory requirements, intended to promote portfolio risk-return customization.
The scope and attractiveness of alternative investments is increasing. Here’s a weekly tracker of returns from such investments. But don’t compare these with returns from traditional investments since the proportion and purpose of alternative investments is vastly different.
Please join Ashland Partners for a discussion on vendor due diligence, regulatory expectations and recent headlines. This session will highlight the components and actions of a properly developed due diligence program as well as Ashland Partners’ own Vendor Due Diligence solution designed to reduce the costs of monitoring your vendors while satisfying your regulatory requirements. Topics include:
What is Vendor Due Diligence?
Regulatory Expectations & Trends
Components & Actions of a Realistic Program
How Ashland Partners can facilitate your needs in a more cost-effective manner
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The Periodic Table of Alternative Investments, created by CoInvestor, helps private investors understand the myriad factors that influence the investment process. The table is split into five sections: Investment Elements, Asset Classes, Sectors, Structures and Participants – it is by no means exhaustive but frames the what, who, where, when and how that drives investment decisions.
N P Narvekar, an Indian-origin investment veteran has been appointed by Harvard as President & CEO of the Harvard Management Company that oversees the university’s $36 billion endowment, the largest college endowment in the world.
Please join us for a webcast and Q&A on Thursday, July 14 for an update on Asia-Pacific sovereign rating trends.
Key discussion points:
- The risks and challenges that Asia-Pacific sovereign ratings are facing compared to early 2016
- The risks that Brexit poses to sovereigns in the region
Speakers from Sovereign & International Public Finance Ratings team:
- Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director
- Kyran Curry, Director