34th Annual RMA Conference on Securities Lending

09 October, 2017 - 09:00 am Europe/London
The Ritz-Carlton, Naples, Florida
 

The ORIGINAL industry wide conference sponsored and developed by securities lending and borrowing professionals for securities lending and borrowing professionals. Join us for the premier securities lending event of the year, focusing on market events and regulatory issues impacting the industry. Visit the 34th Annual Conference on Securities Lending website at www.rmahq.org/ASL2017 to REGISTER NOW!

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Hedge Fund Emerging & Startup Manager Forum London

10 May, 2017 - 07:30 am Europe/London
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel

Date: 10 May 2017

Organizer: Knect365

Discover the latest on launching funds, connecting with investors and growing your AUM.

With powerful investors attending the forum this is a great opportunity to hear what they look for in emerging managers and to meet and connect with potential backers.

Learn more, view the latest agenda and register today here https://goo.gl/CWBfdF

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Finadium Investors in Securities Lending Conference 2018 NYC + London

Institutional investors, asset managers, hedge funds, agent lenders and service providers have joined together to give investors a fresh look on securities finance in a changing regulatory environment. This is not business as usual; instead, these events are an opportunity for investors and service providers to challenge and benefit from new ideas, and to improve their use of securities finance in their core asset management activities.

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ISLA’s 27th Annual Securities Finance and Collateral Management Conference 2018

This year's conference in Lisbon will provide a mix of technical regulatory updates, multiple keynote addresses, interactive discussion forums and thought-provoking panel sessions, but with a strong focus on the future. This year, set against a backdrop of the imminent completion of the post crisis regulatory agenda, the three days will explore how our industry must evolve to reflect the changing political mood, markets and investor sentiment.

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