The ALTSSG 2023 was developed as a local, investor-centric and education-focused one day forum, co-hosted by the CAIA Association. With their guidance and oversight, this one-day event features leading practitioners from the fields of venture capital, cannabis, cryptocurrency, AI, private equity, private debt, hedge fund, real asset investing and other sectors of the alternative investment market.
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ALTSSG 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 evaluating and investing in alternative investments.
Ashish Goyal, Executive Vice President, Head of Asia-Pacific, OMERS
Based in Singapore, Ashish Goyal leads OMERS strategic growth aspirations for Asia.
OMERS through it five investment teams based out of Singapore and Sydney has significant investments in Asia and continues to grow its presence. The public equity, public and private credit, real estate (Oxford Properties), private equity, and infrastructure businesses continue to deploy capital in Asia in high-quality assets, to help deliver stable and secure pensions to our members.
Prior to joining OMERS in 2019, Ashish has built, managed, and led high performance investment teams at leading global Asset Managers, based out of offices in Mumbai, Singapore and Hong Kong. Ashish has three decades of investment experience.
Ashish is a Mechanical Engineer, has an MBA and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He is committed to advocating and advancing financial literacy as well as diversity and inclusion in the workplace. He is a “FWA Male Champion” for the Financial Women’s Association Singapore.
Neeraj Seth, Chief Investment Officer and Head of Asian Credit, BlackRock
Neeraj Seth, Managing Director, is the Head of Asian Credit and has been in his current role since 2009. He is the portfolio manager for the Asian Tiger Bond Fund and Asia Pacific private credit fund. He leads the strategy for Asian Fundamental Credit and is responsible for providing oversight of the investment process, performance, and the team's infrastructure as well as determining the strategic direction and growth initiatives of the platform. He has been responsible for building the Asian fundamental credit business since 2009. Prior to joining BlackRock in 2009, Mr. Seth was a Senior Vice President focusing on the Asia Pacific market for R3 Capital Partners. He previously held a similar role with the Global Principal Strategies team at Lehman Brothers. Previously, he was an Associate Partner with McKinsey & Company where he was in the leadership group for the Technology & Telecom practice in Southeast Asia.
Jayne Bok, Head of Investments, Asia, WTW
Jayne Bok is the Head of Investments, Asia, based in Hong Kong. She is responsible for leading WTW’s Investments business strategy, client delivery and business development across Asia. Jayne leads a diverse regional team to help clients meet their goals and achieve better outcomes through a flexible range of delivery models from providing proprietary tools, offering advisory services, through to assisting clients with implementation via delegated solutions. She has more than 23 years of industry and leadership experience. Prior to her current role, she was Head of Sovereign Advisory, covering government funds, SWFs, central banks and other state-owned investment entities across Asia. Before moving to Hong Kong in 2013, Jayne spent nine years in Korea where she successfully built the local investment consultancy. Jayne started her career at WTW in Korea as a Talent consultant in the Work & Rewards segment before she transferred to the Hong Kong Investments’ practice in 2004.
Epsen Halim Head of Public Equity, Private Equity & Venture Capital PT. Asuransi Jiwa Sequis Life
David Chua Chief Investment Officer Income Insurance
Deb Hajara Managing Director, Infrastructure and Natural Resources Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan
Yvonne Siew Head of Real Estate Advisory, Alternative Investments Bank of Singapore
Trevor Persaud Group Head of Investment Strategy AIA
Ming Yan Managing Director Cambridge Associates
Rebekah Woo Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer Pioneer Generation Group (Family Office)
Antoine des Noyers Executive Director, Head of Alternative Investments, Southeast Asia J.P. Morgan Private Bank
Joyce Woo Chief Executive, Head of Singapore Leo Wealth
Clifford Lee Global Head of Fixed Income DBS Bank, DBS Foundation
Kim Rosenkilde Group Chief Investment Officer Singlife
Royston Low Managing Director, Regional Head, Private Investments BNP Paribas
Tuck Meng Yee Chief Investment Officer, Founder JRT Partners (Family Office)
Roger Zhu Chief Executive Officer Winfield Global Capital (Multi-Family Office)
Wayne Gordon Global Asset Allocation, Senior Multi-Asset Investment Manager, Chief Investment Office UBS
Roxanne Davies Managing Partner Parly Singapore Family Office
Wen Ting Geok Principal, Senior Private Equity and Alternatives Specialist Mercer
Cem Azak Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Crossinvest
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NEXT BEST MOVE IN ALTERNATIVES
As the controversy around alternatives carries on, investors voice the opportunity in cash and fixed income investment strategies.
HEDGE FUND INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
Creating a dialogue around the opportunities in this volatile market through credit investing, long/short equity, market neutral, global macro, convertible arbitrage and liquid alternatives.
INSTITUTIONAL PORTFOLIO CONSTRUCTION
Discussing hedge fund manager selection, addressing over-diversification mistakes and understanding both the art and science of developing a successful portfolio for pensions, endowments and foundations.
MACROECONOMICS & GLOBAL TRENDS
Comparing and contrasting global macro conditions and investment performance.
GROWING OPPORTUNITIES IN PRIVATE DEBT
Asset owners aim to get in on the opportunities in private debt and credit and are increasingly looking at impact investing as an alternative.