Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Hedge Fund Training in London - I'm a Course Leader

Why Imperial College Business School? 
This course is delivered by a leading academic in the field of hedge funds from Imperial College Business School and two experienced practitioners.  
Consistently rated amongst the world’s best universities, Imperial College is a science-based institution with a reputationfor excellence in teaching and research. It has a well established
Executive Education programme. The Risk Management Lab (RML), headed by Dr Robert Kosowski, acts as the umbrella for all research on risk within Imperial College Business School’s Finance Group. The Centre for Hedge Fund Research within the RML develops research on the performance, investment behaviour and risk management of hedge funds. Further information on the Centre can be found at www.imperial.ac.uk/riskmanagementlaboratory

Who should attend?
• Trustees, Institutional Investors, Private Bankers, Consultants and Financial Advisors
• Regulators, Compliance Officers, Junior Fund Managers 
   and Trainees, and Business Development Staff
• Service Providers to Hedge Funds

The course provides answers to key questions
• What are the Determinants of Funds of Hedge Funds Performance?
• How useful is hedge fund replication for benchmarking and risk management?
• Which hedge fund strategies are likely to outperform in different economic environments?
• What does the future hold for hedge fund replication?
• What role do hedge funds play in asset allocation for pension funds and high net worth individuals
• Do listed hedge funds, UCITS III compliant funds and managed accounts present benefits for hedge fund investors that are demanding increasing liquidity and transparency?

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