Salvo Global Announces Hedge Funds Investment And Risk Analysis Masterclass

Singapore, (PressExposure) September 02, 2008 -- Integrated into this summit is a workshop combining case study analysis and discussion sessions that provide participants with different frameworks to analyze and review its applications. Presentations will be given on the need for hedge funds in a volatile economy and the issues and risk involved. A review of the different strategies of hedge funds such as convertible arbitrage, government bond arbitrage, and mortgage backed securities and securitized product trading strategies will be discussed along with others.

Major topics presented throughout the training include:

• The need, characteristics and benefits of Hedge Funds • Types and styles of Hedge Funds • Custodians and the changing clientele of Hedge Funds • The process of due diligence when selecting an appropriate Hedge Fund • Developing a Tactical Portfolio Construction Methodology

Attendees will comprise of top management and representatives involved in all areas within the Hedge Funds arena. Investments managers, private bankers, regulators, brokers as well as treasurers will benefit greatly from this platform.

Leading the workshop session is an International Institutional Investment Advisor who currently represents hedge funds such as Sparx Asset Management, Cornell Capital, Babson Capital and Benchmark. Our trainer is also an advisory board member to Infiniti Capital and has done an extensive amount of consulting and teaching at graduate business schools. Some noteworthy clients include Citicorp Alternative, Great Eastern Singapore, Global Investment House and Ontario Teachers Pension Plan Board.

More information on the program can be found at []

About Salvo Global

Salvo Global provides cutting edge business knowledge and strategic networking through events like training and conferences. We organize mainly public corporate event, the attendees are generally senior decision-maker (C-Level, Directors, GMs, Senior Managers, etc) from the larger companies (MNCs or local companies) in the Asia Pacific.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 19, 2008 at 8:54 pm
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