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Aima Australia Hedge Fund Forum 2015

Hedge funds work: look at the scoreboard

Hedge funds work: Look at the scoreboard

The hedge fund industry has had many achievements in the past 25 years, since the formation of the Alternative Investment Management Association in Europe, and its subsequent growth into a truly global organization. But its most important achievement for the investors who have supported the industry is this: the MSCI World Index has risen about 400% over the past quarter of a century; the Hedge Fund Index has risen about 1200%, and with about half the volatility. Hedge funds work. So said Jack Inglis, AIMA’s global chief executive, at the opening of the AIMA Australia Hedge Fund Forum on September 15 in Sydney. But Inglis and Paul Chadwick, AIMA’s local chair, said there remained the constant need for education of investors about the true strategies and risk return profiles behind many hedge funds. Inglis, who took the reins of AIMA globally early last year, said that while hedge funds had evolved to become an important asset management segment, a central part of investor thinking and a big contributor to the efficiency of capital markets, education remained a key plank of the association globally and in Australia. More than 300 people attended the Forum, with international speakers including: Sandy Rattray, the chief executive of Man AHL, Steve Kuhn, the CIO of Pine River Capital, and Philippe Jordan, the president of Capital Fund Management.

Future of CTAs

David George, head of debt and alternatives at the Future Fund, interviewed Sandy Rattray from Man AHL, part of one of the largest hedge fund organizations in the world. Rattray said an allocation to alternatives had the potential to provide a true source of diversification for investment portfolios and help investors reduce their portfolio risk, especially during market turbulence.

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INFORMING THE HEDGE FUND COMMUNITY With access to some of the industry’s biggest names and an astute and talented group of writers and contributors, The Hedge Fund Journal has established itself as a trusted source of information on the hedge fund industry. Highlights of Issue 108: BlueCrest - Equity strategy excels in 2015 Volatility & Uncertainty to Define 2016 - Major challenges facing market participants On Origins of Alpha - Is the stock market a quasi Ponzi scheme? InfraHedge - The largest MAP-infrastructure provider