Allocator Perspectives - Investing in Alternative Funds
This year’s highly anticipated 100WF European FundWomen conference will open with an investment panel.

How are investors positioning their alternatives portfolios given today's macro-economic climate and political tensions ahead? Over the past few years we have seen significantly more capital being allocated to established managers, what is the investor perspective on the future of the hedge fund industry and supporting new talent? Looking across the liquidity spectrum, how are investors perceiving the opportunities and challenges of highly liquid and illiquid alternative solutions in the current low interest rate environment? Practically speaking, how are investors selecting and evaluating funds given increased emphasis on ESG and what is their view of, in particular, a gender-lens investment approach when it comes to women who manage funds?

Our panel of institutional investors will discuss these topics and share practical takeaways to help you in your portfolio selection or your fund marketing.

This is an Education panel open to all 100WF members preceding the invitation-only 100WF European FundWomen Conference.
11 October 2019
7:45 AM Registration and breakfast
8:30 AM Event begins
The program will begin promptly at 8:30 AM ; please allow time to get through building security and to register before the event begins. Those arriving after registration has closed will NOT be admitted and will be subject to a "No-Show Fee" (see below).
Breakfast will be served prior to the event.
J.P. Morgan
60 Victoria Embankment
London , EC4Y 0JP , United Kingdom
Trudi Boardman
Cambridge Associates

Amy Flikerski
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

Sandra Robertson
Oxford University Endowment Management

Edoardo Rulli
UBS Hedge Fund Solutions

Kumar Panja
J.P. Morgan Prime Services
J.P. Morgan Prime Services

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Trudi Boardman
Senior Investment Director, Pension Practice, Cambridge Associates

Trudi is a Senior Investment Director and hedge fund specialist based in Cambridge Associates’ London office. Trudi is a member of the pension practice and works on the hedge fund portfolios of pension funds, foundations, sovereign wealth and family clients in the U.K, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Before joining Cambridge Associates in 2013, she worked as a Portfolio Manager and Research Analyst at Partners Advisers S.A, a Swiss-based family office/hedge fund of funds for seven years focusing on equity-oriented hedge fund strategies. Prior to Partners Advisers, she was a vice president at Morgan Stanley & Co. International Ltd, London in Prime Brokerage.

Amy Flikerski
Senior Portfolio Manager, External Portfolio Management, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

Amy Flikerski is a Senior Portfolio Manager, External Portfolio Management, based in London. Since joining CPPIB in 2012, Amy has primarily focused on global equity strategies. Her experience with hedge funds includes working as a Senior Analyst at Highbridge Capital Management and Talpion Fund Management in New York. She was involved in hedge fund manager evaluation, selection and research as an associate at PAAMCO, and gained investment experience at Moon Capital Management, an emerging markets long/short equity fund, and JGP Gestão de Recursos, a Rio de Janeiro-based macro fund. Amy began her career as a senior associate in the High Yield group at Moody's Investors Service and has worked in the U.S., Brazil, Canada and Hong Kong. Amy holds an AB in Economics from Brown University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Sandra Robertson
Chief Investment Officer and Chief Executive Officer, Oxford University Endowment Management

Sandra is Chief Investment Officer, Chief Executive Officer, and an Executive Director of OUem. Prior to joining OUem at its inception in September 2007, Sandra spent 14 years at the Wellcome Trust, most recently as Co-Head of Portfolio Management. Sandra is a member of the Investment Advisory Committee of the Prince’s Trust and a Director of the Sequoia Heritage Fund.

Edoardo Rulli
Managing Director, Head of European Investments, UBS Hedge Fund Solutions

Edoardo is primarily responsible for spearheading investment research in the European region. Before re-joining UBS in 2016, Edoardo was Head of Research at Falcon Money Management where he joined as partner in 2009. Prior to that in 2008, he was a Director at UBS A&Q AIS, the predecessor unit of HFS, in London. Before that, Edoardo was a senior analyst at Tremont Capital Management in London in 2004, a multi-billion fund of funds. He started his career as an analyst in 2001 at Rasini & C, researching European and Asian hedge funds.

Kumar Panja
Managing Director, Head of EMEA Capital Advisory Group, J.P. Morgan Prime Services

Kumar Panja is a managing director in J.P. Morgan’s Prime Services business and head of the EMEA Capital Advisory Group, which includes capital introduction and consulting. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Kumar worked for Goldman Sachs International in London. Kumar is a member of the Strategic Partner Advisory Committee and International Affairs Committee of the Managed Funds Association and participates in a number of committees of AFME. He graduated from the London School of Economics.
J.P. Morgan
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