Alternatives Forum 2018

Thursday 7 – Friday 8 June 2018
Commences Thursday afternoon and concludes Friday afternoon.

Melbourne, Victoria

CIE’s Alternatives Forum explores the role of alternative investments in institutional portfolios at a time when investors are looking to diversify the sources of risk and return away from interest rates and equity market beta.

The Forum examines some of the key factors to successfully investing across private and alternative markets domestically and abroad. It focuses on effective implementation of investment strategies, explores various approaches to portfolio construction and highlights the key trends taking place now and into the future across the spectrum of alternative investments.

Some of the other issues the Forum looks to address relate to methods of accessing private and alternative investments, the associated fees, risks and opportunities for investors, due diligence considerations, strategies for managing illiquidity and the different approach required when dealing with a counterparty compared to a public exchange.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Exchanging ideas and views on various approaches investors can take to diversify their portfolios
  • Exploring global investment opportunities across private and alternative markets
  • Assessing the challenges investors face in allocating capital to alternative assets
  • Strategies for deploying capital and optimally implementing alternatives into institutional portfolios
  • Trend analysis: highlighting the differences and similarities between regions and global markets

Who should attend?
Chief Investment Officers
Heads of asset classes
Investment committee members
Senior investment staff and trustees of institutional investor entities directly or indirectly managing fund assets

Approximately 40-50 representatives of institutional investor entities

Registration Fee
$A1,950 plus GST
10 CPE Points

Registration does not include accommodation, although CIE can coordinate bookings at no extra charge.

Notes – Above mentioned registration fees are applicable to representatives of Institutional Investors only (e.g. Superannuation Funds, Asset Owners, Private, Public and Government Investment entities). These registration fees are not applicable to sponsoring entities. Sponsoring entities should request sponsorship information from CIE. This information will cover sponsorship benefits, forum application and levels.

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