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All Events

Hedge Funds & FoHFs

Private equity

Liquid alts

Infrastructure

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Real estate

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Pension Funds

Insurance

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Endowment & foundations

Family office & wealth managers

March 2019

Cap Intro: Private Equity Funds & Direct Deals

When: March 4, 2019
Where: New York
Organiser: Catalyst Financial Partners
This event is investor driven and transactional with a of host alpha-oriented investment managers and institutional grade investors attending that are introduced to each other with a view to become investment partners. This event focuses on the private equity funds and direct deals. Strategies covered include: venture capital, high growth, mid-market, pre-IPO, regional/ international funds; and industry specific focus in health care, technology, media, telecom, internet, IoT, business services, energy/oil, cyber security and fintech.
At the event managers give short presentations during lunch, followed by meeting sessions. There are no service providers, only managers and investors. The event concludes with a networking wine reception. Introductions are through private meetings arranged prior to the event.
Investors are pre-screened and pre-qualified prior to the and are predominantly single and multi-family offices, investor intermediaries and end-investors located in the US as well as internationally.

April 2019

Alternative Investment Management Summit (AIM Summit)

When: April 7, 2019
Where: Four Seasons, Al Maryah Island, Abu Dhabi
Organiser: AIM Summit
The summit is a platform for discussions on investment developments, global market conditions and latest trends. It acts as a networking forum for future business opportunities. The conference attracts over 500 investors and investment managers managing over $10tn in assets, including sovereign wealth funds, family offices, hedge funds, private equity managers, private debt managers, venture capitalists, endowments, foundations and pension funds as well as digital asset and blockchain innovators, investors and disruptors.

Cap Intro: CTAs | Quant | AI Fund Investing

When: April 8, 2019
Where: New York
Organiser: Catalyst Financial Partners
This event is investor driven and transactional with a of host alpha-oriented investment managers and institutional grade investors attending that are introduced to each other with a view to become investment partners. This event focuses on the CTAs, quant and AI (artificial intelligence) fund investing sectors. These innovative strategies are becoming popular with investors and have experienced a lot of investment inflows.
The event will include the following strategies: high frequency trading, stat arb, vol arb, pure arb, signals trading with AI, intangible assets trading, overlay strategies, CTAs, options and futures, currencies, blockchain strategies, systematic equity and more. Managers typically offer their products through investment funds, but also SMAs or advisory features.
At the event managers give short presentations during lunch, followed by meeting sessions. There are no service providers, only managers and investors. The event concludes with a networking wine reception. Introductions are through private meetings arranged prior to the event.
Investors are pre-screened and pre-qualified prior to the and are predominantly single and multi-family offices, investor intermediaries and end-investors located in the US as well as internationally.

Hedge Fund Emerging & Startup Manager Forum

When: April 31-May 1, 2019
Where: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, 22 Portman Square, London W1H 7BG London
Organiser: Knect365/Informa
The conference is aimed at new and emerging managers who directly manage a portfolio with less than £1bn assets under management or an investor into such funds. These people may be able to attend this event for free. Delegates will have the opportunity to meet with active emerging managers and investors to hear what they look for in emerging managers as well as to meet and connect with potential backers. Launching and growing a hedge fund is an arduous task. Those attending will hear from successful managers as they give insight into the key points that gave them an edge in a competitive field. There will be opportunities to network with over 300 attendees.

Cryptocurrency Fund Forum

When: April 30, 2019
Where: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, 22 Portman Square, London W1H 7BG London
Organiser: Knect365/Informa
The conference will help delegates understand the operational, legal and investment issues when investing in and running a cryptocurrency fund. It is aimed at investors and fund managers exploring the latest opportunities in blockchain, crypto and coins. Sessions will cover the latest trends in fund formation and get the current and potential regulatory matters and concerns as well as discussion on allocations to crypto funds and successful fund raising. Speakers include investors discussing what they look for when investing in crypto funds and the best way to market and raise funds successfully. There will be opportunities to network with leading crypto fund managers and active investors and allocators as well as those who can help grow and take your fund to the next level. Fund managers with the ability to invest in digital assets or an investor into funds may be entitled to attend this event for free.

May 2019

Cap Intro: Alternative Investing Funds West

When: May 20, 2019
Where: San Francisco
Organiser: Catalyst Financial Partners
This event is investor driven and transactional with a of host alpha-oriented investment managers and institutional grade investors attending that are introduced to each other with a view to become investment partners. This event focuses on the CTAs, quant and AI (artificial intelligence) fund investing sectors. These innovative strategies are becoming popular with investors and have experienced a lot of investment inflows.
The event will include the following strategies: high frequency trading, stat arb, vol arb, pure arb, signals trading with AI, intangible assets trading, overlay strategies, CTAs, options and futures, currencies, blockchain strategies, systematic equity and more. Managers typically offer their products through investment funds, but also SMAs or advisory features.
At the event managers give short presentations during lunch, followed by meeting sessions. There are no service providers, only managers and investors. The event concludes with a networking wine reception. Introductions are through private meetings arranged prior to the event.
Investors are pre-screened and pre-qualified prior to the and are predominantly single and multi-family offices, investor intermediaries and end-investors located in the US as well as internationally.

July 2019

GAIM

When: July 2-3, 2019
Where: etc venues County Hall, London
Organiser: Knect365/Informa
The annual meeting is where global alternative investment managers and investors collaborate to drive capital, implement new industry standards and source cutting edge information. GAIM is the meeting place for the world's top alternative's professionals withmore than 300 attendees. Delegates will learn from leading managers and investors how to invest, hedge and secure returns in today’s alternative asset classes. To ensure representation from the entire investment community, the conference organiser has set aside a limited number of complimentary passes for executives from endowments, foundations, pensions, sovereign wealth funds, insurance, allocators and family offices.

Cap Intro: Real Estate Fund Investing

When: July 15, 2019
Where: New York
Organiser: Catalyst Financial Partners
This event is investor driven and transactional with a of host alpha-oriented investment managers and institutional grade investors attending that are introduced to each other with a view to become investment partners. This Event focuses on the real estate fund investing sectors. strategies covered include: development, added-value, commercial, single-multi residential, single family, luxury hotels, real estate financing and debt, bridge financing, infrastructure, projects and complexes and international projects. Managers typically offer their products through investment funds, co-investment and direct deals.
At the event managers give short presentations during lunch, followed by meeting sessions. There are no service providers, only managers and investors. The event concludes with a networking wine reception. Introductions are through private meetings arranged prior to the event.
Investors are pre-screened and pre-qualified prior to the and are predominantly single and multi-family offices, investor intermediaries and end-investors located in the US as well as internationally.