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Asset Allocation Dynamic Asset Allocation 16 June, 2011 - Singapore
PWM Asia presents "Dynamic Asset Allocation", a morning briefing exploring how the current macro-economic drivers are affecting asset allocation decisions.

With a combination of keynote addresses and lively panel discussions, industry experts will focus on how to implement dynamic asset allocation strategies and manage risk in these uncertain times.

In addition, ETF experts will explain how to use passive, liquid and cheap instruments as building blocks in well-diversified portfolios, while active managers will explain the benefits of stock-picking, particularly in the current environment.

The event will bring together leading figures from insurance companies, pension funds and private banks to address key investment themes and the future performance of Asian economies.

Delegates will be able to:
  • Hear how uncertainties in the global economic and geo-political environment can create opportunity for profit
  • Indentify key investment themes and solutions most appropriate in a volatile environment
  • Question leading figures from private banks, life insurance and asset management firms on their latest portfolio management and asset allocation strategies
  • Explore how best to use passive investments as active tools in portfolio construction
  • Learn more on product structure, index replication methodology, tax, pricing and counterparty risk to help you make informed investment decisions
  • Network with some of the top asset allocators and investment professionals in the industry
Stoyan Stoyanov, Professor of Finance at EDHEC Business School, and Head of Research at EDHEC Risk Institute—Asia, will be delivering the keynote address at the event. His speech, entitled "Diversification matters... but not for downside risk control", will examine the following topics:
  • Advantages and disadvantages of diversification as a general method for risk management
  • Beyond diversification: limiting downside risk while improving upside potential
  • The role of diversification in dynamic portfolio construction and how to achieve diversification in practice

Complimentary places are limited to senior investment professionals only and are offered subject to availability and approval by the publisher.
Event Details
  When   Between 16/06/2011 08:30 AM and 16/06/2011 12:30 PM
Where   Raffles Hotel, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
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Contact Details
  Name   FT Business
E-mail   finance.event@ft.com
Phone   +44 (0) 20 7775 6653