Strategies for the Asian Century

Mon Apr 19, 2010



Panellists pulled no punches at the 2010 AsiaHedge Forum as they discussed a wide range of topics and aired their expectations about the post-crisis environment


The theme of the AsiaHedge Forum 2010, De-coupling and Strategies for the Asian Century, gave hedge fund managers and investors an ideal platform to discuss issues at the heart of the Asian hedge funds industry. Engaging, frank and erudite, panellists covered a wide range of topics in the post-financial crisis, post-Lehman era. Investors did not pull their punches when they talked about their expectations of hedge fund managers and for their part, managers spoke of the lessons learned from 2008 and how they have adapted to survive.
Over the course of the event, held in Hong Kong on March 17 and 18, a number of recurrent themes emerged. It was clear from the panel discussions that the hedge funds industry has shifted to become investor-led, and with that shift the quality of infrastructure, ethical standards and level of transparency required of managers has been permanently raised. Several panellists noted that...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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