WEBINAR
Current Trends in Raising and Investing Capital in Alternative Investments

Sponsored by Ogier
Technology, the search for alpha, ESG concerns and the COVID pandemic are all affecting how fund managers structure their offerings and which opportunities investors decide to pursue.

Learn what lies - or should lie - at the top of the agenda for managers and for investors - and does that always align. Is a niche strategy the next wave? Are hybrid funds the new normal? Is there a trade-off between impact investing and returns?

Consider how you will incorporate these insights into your firm’s funds or into your recommendations to your clients, not to mention your own portfolio.

Please email your questions to cayman@100women.org by Monday, September 27, 2021 or you may submit them during the webinar.

Produced by the 100WF Cayman Education Committee.
DATE
29 September 2021
TIME
10:00 AM N. America West Coast
12:00 PM Cayman
01:00 PM N. America East Coast
06:00 PM London - Dublin
The program will begin promptly.
PARTICIPANTS
Anna Klavins
HS Group

Cynthia A. Marian
Greenberg Traurig

Asha Mehta, CFA
Global Delta Capital

Eva Shang
Legalist

Joanne Huckle
Moderator
Ogier
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BIOGRAPHIES
Anna Klavins
Chief Operating Officer, HS Group

Anna Klavins is the Chief Operating Officer of HS Group, a strategic seed capital allocator based in Hong Kong. Ms. Klavins is admitted to the New York Bar and is responsible for the legal, compliance and business operations of HS. Prior to joining HS, Ms. Klavins was a Managing Director at UBS, where she was responsible for overseeing the prime brokerage sales effort in Asia Pacific. Previously, she worked at Goldman, Sachs & Co. as a vice-President in the General Counsel's office, where she served as in-house counsel to the Global Securities Services division. Ms. Klavins also has experience working at an Asia-focused hedge fund, BlackShip Capital, where she was responsible for investor relations, marketing and other business management functions. Ms. Klavins started her career as a securities litigator at Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft, after earning her JD, Order of the Coif, from DePaul University College of Law. She graduated with an AB magna cum laude from Georgetown University.

Cynthia A. Marian
Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig

Cynthia A. Marian advises private equity fund sponsors, hedge fund managers, large and complex asset managers, and many smaller and start-up alternative investment advisers on the suite of corporate, tax, regulatory compliance, and operational matters germane to their investment management businesses, including a wide variety of issues arising from the activities of the private investment funds and accounts that they manage, invest in, or both. Cynthia focuses on the structuring, formation, offering of interests in, and ongoing operations of, private funds and other special purpose and alternative investment vehicles globally. She also represents institutional investors making investments in private funds, including in the negotiation of seed deals, side letters, and co-investments. Cynthia has a broad corporate background, having represented clients on an array of fund formation, transactional, regulatory compliance, and tax matters over the course of her career, including those arising in the contexts of: minority and growth equity investments, co-investments, joint ventures, public and private mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, private equity fund secondary transactions, SEC and NFA examinations, and general corporate governance and organizational matters. Frequently invited to speak at investment management industry conferences and symposia, Cynthia is sought after for her commercial approach and her experience with a range of issues that present themselves during the life cycle of a private fund manager.

Asha Mehta, CFA
Managing Partner and CIO, Global Delta Capital

Asha Mehta, CFA, is Managing Partner & CIO at Global Delta Capital. Her thematic focus includes Emerging & Frontier Markets and Sustainability Investing. In prior roles, Asha was Lead Portfolio Manager and Director of Responsible Investing at Acadian Asset Management as well as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs. Early in her career, she conducted microfinance lending in India. Asha was named one of the Top 10 Women in Asset Management by Money Management Executive and was profiled as a "Brilliant Quant" by Forbes magazine. Her work has been featured in Pensions & Investments, the FT, CNN, WSJ, and other publications. Asha is a Board Member of CFA Society Boston and an Advisor to the High Meadows Institute. She is a supporter of Compass Working Capital and 100 Women in Finance to promote financial literacy and inclusion. Asha holds an MBA with Honors from The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania) and a BS, Biological Sciences and AB, Anthropology, from Stanford University. Asha has traveled to over 80 countries and lived in six.

Eva Shang
CEO and Co-Founder, Legalist

Eva Shang is the co-founder and CEO of Legalist. She is a Harvard drop-out, a Thiel Fellow, and was awarded Forbes 30 under 30 in 2018. After founding Legalist at the age of 20, Eva led the company through Y Combinator’s S16 accelerator program. Legalist, a litigation finance firm with $220 million assets under management - raised its inaugural fund of $10.25 million in 2017 and its second fund of $100 million in 2019. Eva has been featured in the New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, and other news outlets for her work on Legalist and access to justice. Along with her sister Melissa, Eva is the co-author of Mia Lee is Wheeling Through Middle School, a middle-grade novel starring a girl with a disability.

Joanne Huckle
Partner, Ogier

Joanne is described in the legal directories as a "sharp and commercial" lawyer and one who will "rise through the ranks quickly". Her promotion to the partnership in 2017 made her the youngest partner to have been made up in Ogier's history and came 2 weeks after returning from maternity leave after the birth of her twin boys. Joanne advises open-ended and closed-ended hedge funds and private equity funds, investment managers, institutional investors and fund service providers on fund launches, ongoing Cayman Islands legal and regulatory compliance and termination. Whilst some of her clients rank amongst the largest managers in the world, she also regularly advises emerging managers and start-up spin-offs. Joanne was previously a corporate M&A attorney in London and has also worked in Hong Kong and in-house at Lloyds Banking Group. Joanne obtained her masters in law at Oxford University (Pembroke College) and received a distinction in the legal practice course.
ABOUT
Ogier
Ogier's investments funds team advises on the full spectrum of fund structures and strategies, including: hedge, private equity, real estate, infrastructure, energy, credit, debt, venture capital, crypto currency, hybrid, impact and socially responsible investing. We provide clients with innovative solutions to all manner of legal requirements, to meet each client's distinct set of regulatory and commercial demands. Supported by our experienced colleagues in our corporate, finance, banking, fund finance and dispute resolution teams, we can provide a holistic service for every possible investment fund client need.

Our services include advising on structuring and supporting fund formation, including the provision of registered office and company secretarial services to investment managers, ancillary services such as AML officer services and FATCA/CRS compliance matters, establishment of corporate fund vehicles, general partners, limited partnerships carry and special purpose vehicles, and advising on regulations (including fund licensing and automatic exchange of information, corporate governance and investor disputes).

We are in a unique position to be able to offer cross-jurisdictional advice covering each of BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Jersey and Luxembourg laws and we have a thriving office in Hong Kong and unmatched insights into Asia through our Shanghai and Tokyo offices. Through our network of offices, we frequently advise clients in respect of complex multi-jurisdictional structures.

Ogier is one of the few firms that had an established investment funds practice in place when the 2008 crisis hit, and we have advised clients through every conceivable market condition - throughout the full range of market-cycle events. Working closely with our insolvency and restructuring team, we have extensive experience advising on winding-up arrangements (both contentious and non-contentious), including: redemption arrangements, liquidity constraints, illiquid asset disposals, suspensions, investor disputes and solvent and insolvent terminations.

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