ALTSHK Hong Kong | June 15, 2023
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ALTSHK is developed as a local, investor-centric, and education-focused forum co-hosted by CAIA Association. This one day event provides participants with a program that features leaders from the fields of private equity, venture capital, real estate, hedge funds, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence, and other sectors of the alternative investment industry.

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ALTSHK provides your company with an opportunity to market your brand and services to a highly engaged group of institutional investors, allocators, family offices, and financial advisors who are actively involved in alternative investments.



Poman Lo, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Century City Holdings Limited and Regal Hotels International

Ms. Poman Lo is the Founder of the Institute of Sustainability and Technology, Founder & Managing Partner, AlphaTrio Capital, and also the Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Century City Holdings Limited and Regal Hotels International.

Poman serves as an Adjunct Professor teaching sustainable business management at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She founded the non-profit Institute of Sustainability and Technology with a mission to nurture the next generation of ESG talent through executive education and advance the sustainability agenda through interdisciplinary research and community events.

Poman is the Founder and Managing Partner of AlphaTrio Capital, an Asia-focused sustainable technology fund that empowers innovative solutions for the world's most pressing environmental and social challenges. To promote decarbonization in business and consumer communities via a collaborative ecosystem, she launched MetaGreen, the world's first green metropolis in the metaverse.

To foster holistic well-being and positive values in children and youths, Poman established Bodhi Love Foundation to provide mindfulness-based training to educators and parents through its SEED (social emotional ethical development) program.

Poman is the only person in Hong Kong history to receive both the “Outstanding Young Person of the World Award” and the “Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award”. She is also the first and only female Asian recipient of the “Oslo Business for Peace Award” by the Business for Peace Foundation in Norway, selected by an independent committee of Nobel Prize Laureates in Peace and Economics.

Kenneth Hui, Executive Director (External), Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Kenneth Hui is the Executive Director (External) of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), responsible for promoting the development of Hong Kong as an international financial centre, advancing Mainland-Hong Kong financial cooperation, and overseeing the HKMA's participation in international forums and organisations.

Mr Hui joined the HKMA as Senior Manager (Market Development) in February 2017 and took up the role of Head (Market Development) in March 2020 with responsibilities in the formulation and implementation of various initiatives to promote the development of Hong Kong's financial sector.

Prior to joining the HKMA, Mr Hui was a Senior Manager in Investment Products Division of the Securities and Futures Commission, where he specialised in regulatory policies on retail funds and innovative retail investment products.

Martin Matsui, Former Chief Strategy Officer, Hong Kong Monetary Authority

Martin Matsui worked for 20 years on the sell side at JP Morgan and predecessor companies in NY, LA, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Subsequently leading up to his retirement he worked for 20 years at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority where his last post was as chief strategy officer for the Exchange Fund Investment Office, the entity that manages the foreign reserves of the HKSARG. Prior to this posting he was the head of the asset allocation division; and before that head of the external managers division. Amongst his current duties, he is an adjunct professor at CUHK Business School. The HKMA invests in a variety of alternative asset classes including both long and long/short asset classes as well as private equity and real estate.

Yingwen Chin, Partner - Private Markets IDD, Albourne Partners

Yingwen joined Albourne in 2015 and is a Partner on the Asian private markets investment due diligence team leading the coverage of Greater China and Pan-Asian PE and VC managers. She has almost 20 years’ experience in alternatives that spans across multiple alternative asset classes including hedge funds, private equity and venture capital. Prior to joining Albourne, Yingwen was the Head of Asia for funds research at Nutrimenta, a Swiss-based multi-family office, where she was responsible for the firm’s hedge fund investments in the region.

Yingwen is from the pioneer class of graduates from Singapore Management University where she obtained her Bachelor of Business Management. She has been a CAIA Charterholder since 2006 and is also currently serving as a Chapter Executive of the CAIA Hong Kong Chapter.

Ted Lee, APAC Committee Chair, SBAI

Ted Lee is the APAC Committee Chair of the SBAI and CEO of E15, a global deep tech VC firm, as well as Senior Advisor to PAG and Polymer Capital.He recently left CPP Investment as Managing Director overseeing the development of their Asia Pacific exposure. Prior to joining CPPIB he was a Managing Director at Blackstone in the Funds of Hedge Fund Solutions team based in Hong Kong, where he had been involved in Asian hedge fund manager evaluation, selection, and monitoring. He also served on BAAM's Investment Committee.Mr. Lee received a BS in Accounting and International Business from New York University’s Stern School of Business. He has earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a Certified Public Accountant. 








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Key Discussion Topics


Comparing and contrasting global macro conditions and investment performance. 


How investors can take advantage of spiking inflation and the driving own of valuation multiples. 


Assess how allocators can source opportunity from the carbon credit market.


Opportunities in distressed credit and the rising risk of defaults.

Alternative Investments: Real Assets

How should investors approach capital market volatility in real estate and infrastructure allocations  


Assess how allocators can source opportunity from the carbon credit market 


Managers 1,500 USD 06/15/23
Service Providers 2,500 USD 06/15/23


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