Trading Singapore


Marina Mandarin Hotel, Singapore, Singapore

25 Sep 2019

 

You are invited to... 

Join over 350 delegates for the 2019 edition of Trading Singapore, the regions’ leading derivatives focused trading event.

Last year over 40% of the delegates were from buyside or proprietary trading firms with a further 30% from regional banks and brokers making it the largest gathering of derivatives market participants in Singapore. 


For more information on sponsorship, contact Hanna DeBank at hanna.debank@fow.com.

For event related inquiries, contact Yasmin Okolo yasmin.okolo@globalinvestorgroup.com 

For speaking inquiries, contact Joy Tio at jtio@fow.com

 Agenda


8:00 Registration

 

9:00 Welcome address

Luke Jeffs, Managing Editor, Global Investor Group


9:10 Keynote address: 

Inflection Point: Will Trade Wars and Monetary Policy Mistakes end the Global Recovery?

Erik Norland, Executive Director & Senior Economist, CME Group



9:30 The
new game play by the changing market pattern – liquidity vs volatility

The financial markets have been topsy-turvy recently.  Negative correlation between volatility and liquidity have been getting stronger overtime. 

- How to deal with the “air pocket” in the financial market?
- What products and asset allocation will ensure your firm benefit from the market turbulence?
- How are non-bank liquidity providers adding to the liquidity pool while bank liquidity is eroding?
- How to improve trading efficiency to increase liquidity? 


Moderator: Mark Phelps, Group CEO, G.H.Financials

Panelists:

Bill Sarran, Head of Institutional Trading, APAC, Optiver
Christopher Fix, Managing Director and Head of Asia Pacific, CME Group
Sérgio Gullo, Chief Representative for EMEA & Asia, B3-Brazilian Exchange and OTC
- TK Yap, Managing Director, Head of Institutional Trading & Execution Services, CGS-CIMB Securities (Singapore)
- David Helps,
Head of International Business Development, TMX – Montreal Exchange

 

10:20 Refreshment break


10:50 China: progress of opening-up and the changing foreign investment landscape

China’s capital markets continue to open up.   Crude oil, iron ore and PTA futures contracts have been internationalized and more are expected to follow, which
makes Trading in Singapore for China possible.  However, will China move away from pre-margining?    Various channels such as QFII/RQFII, Connect are being
developed and modified.  But how quickly can China open to foreign investors?

- What is the latest on internationalization of China’s commodity futures contracts?
- What products will have the relative value to hedge against expected currency fluctuation due to the trade disputes?
- Will there be more hedging tools like options, financial derivatives to foster a more liquid market?
- What are the changing licensing regime and upcoming China access schemes?   


Moderator: Will Mitting, Founder and Managing Director, acuiti

Panelists:

Ian Nissen, Head of Asia Pacific Futures, Clearing & Collateral (FCC), Citi
Lili Wang, Deputy General Manager, Head of International Business, Minmetals & Jingyi Futures Co Ltd
Lawrence Huiyan Zhang, Chief Representative, Singapore Representative Office, Shanghai Futures Exchange
- Josh Qiao, Senior Manager, Singapore Representative Office, Dalian Commodity Exchange
- Sen Yang, Founder and CEO, Aifanzhe Investment Management Co Ltd

 

11:40 Indexation of assets   

There are many indexes in the market across different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodity, currency and real estate etc.  Is the indexation wave
a growing trend?   

- What indexes will be used the most in the next 3-6mth in the region?
- What is the implication for ETFs and hedge funds?
- Comparison of active, passive, smart beta strategies and index futures
- What are the products and opportunities brought by index inclusion of China?


Moderator: Bernard Lock, Adjunct Associate Professor, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore

Panelists:

- Rajarshi Sen, Vice President, ASEAN Index Sales, MSCI 
- Aleksey Mironenko, Partner and Chief Distribution Officer, Premia Partners
Jermyn Wong, Product Development Director and ETF Specialist, Nikko Asset Management Hong Kong Limited
- Mohammad Hassan, Head Analyst – Hedge Fund Research & Indexation, Eurekahedge (Mizuho Financial Group)
- Xiaoxi Xu, Index CIO, CSOP Asset Management

 

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Live trading demo - A new efficient way to access ETF liquidity

Viktor Östebo, Head of Institutional Trading, Flow Traders

14:15 New discovery of market venues in Asia

Asia remains the most interesting and attractive region for derivatives traders and hedge funds.  New developments in commodities and financial trading are
bringing diversity to the market.

 - What are the latest exchange initiatives and new contracts launched in Asia?
- What is the impact of global commodity disruptions?
- What is the latest on India’s onshore derivative markets with physical settlement being formally launched across all stocks
- Alternate Exchange venues - GIFT city exchanges in India         
- Are you ready for the emerging markets: products, infrastructure and connectivity?
- How can global network help investors to trade the market efficiently?

 

Moderator: Teyu Che Chern, CEO, Phillip Futures

Panelists:

Mohit Batra, Executive Director, Edelweiss Investment Advisors
- Sriram Vasudevan, Partner and Managing Director, Graticule Asset Management Asia
- Brett Cooper, Head of Commodities - Asia, INTL FCStone
- Kevin Tan, Executive Vice President, Straits Financial Services
- Robin Tsui, Vice President and Gold Strategist for the Global SPDR ETF business, State Street Global Advisors

 

15:00 Refreshment break

 

15:30 What’s next for clearing?

The world’s top regulators have been trying to force firms to clear more products to reduce the risk of counterparty default and increase transparency. However,
Mifid changes created an issue of fragmenting the EU markets away from the APAC intermediates.  Basel3 is also creating many issues, as moving business to
the clearer side creates the need for the margin finance model which adds further strain to ROI.    Meanwhile, with several exchanges’ buying OTC FX venues,
FX is moving inexorably towards a centrally cleared model.  Will phase 4 of the Uncleared Margin Rules (UMR) in September 2019 or phase 5 next year be the
catalyst for the migration?      

- What are the challenges posted by the new clearing regime for margin processing, trade reporting requirements and market structure?
- What opportunities are there around new services such as swap of futures trading or OTC Clearing?
- When will be the catalyst for migrating OTC FX products such as NDFs to central clearing?    
- How to strike a pricing balance between OTC clearing and bilateral settlement to make the migration last? 
- What is the modernization of clearing technology?   How well are we in the e-margin platform?


Moderator: Luke Jeffs, Managing Editor, Global Investor Group

Panelists:

Bertrand d`Anselme, Head of Derivatives Clearing Services, APAC, BNP Paribas
Brett Reeves, Executive Director, Head of Prime Services Sales Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
- Rohit Verma, Head of OTC Clearing and FX Prime Brokerage-APAC, Citi
Kate Birchall, Head of Asia Pacific, LCH Ltd
- Daryl Harding, 
Managing Director, APAC Platform Sales - Prime Services, J.P. Morgan 

 

16:20 Fireside Chat:  Technology transformation for the financial eco-system

Senior executives will debate and discuss new ideas and applications of technology innovations which are expected to transform the financial industry in the future,
including but not limit to:      

- Artificial Intelligence/Blockchain /Cloud/Data (ABCD)
- What is the technology roadmap to bring trading to the next level?
- Evolution of Digital Assets (ICO, IEO, STO etc)
- What are the professional investors looking for when moving into 2020?


Moderator: Eric Neo, CEO, RF International Holdings

Panelists:

- T Kiang Tan, CIO, Grasshopper
- Mark Pottle, Regional Executive Sales Director, Trading Technologies
- Thomas McMahon, Chairman, Digital Exchange Association of Singapore
- Julian Low, Executive Director, Vertex Ventures
- Irfan Ahmad, Vice President, Digital Product Development & Innovation (DPDI), State Street Corporation

17:10 Drinks reception sponsored by  

 

 

 

19:00 The Asia Capital Markets Awards Gala Dinner (tickets to be booked separately)  

Speakers


Irfan Ahmad, Vice President, Digital Product Development & Innovation (DPDI), State Street Corporation
Mohit Batra,
Executive Director, Edelweiss Investment Advisors
Kate Birchall,
Head of Asia Pacific, LCH Ltd
Teyu Che Chern, CEO, Phillip Futures
Brett Cooper,
Head of Commodities - Asia, INTL FCStone
Bertrand d`Anselme, Head of Derivatives Clearing Services, APAC, BNP Paribas
Christopher Fix, Managing Director and Head of Asia Pacific, CME Group
Sérgio Gullo, Chief Representative for EMEA & Asia, B3-Brazilian Exchange and OTC
Daryl Harding,
Managing Director, APAC Platform Sales - Prime Services, J.P. Morgan 
Mohammad Hassan, Head Analyst – Hedge Fund Research & Indexation, Eurekahedge (Mizuho Financial Group)
David Helps, Head of International Business Development, TMX – Montreal Exchange
Luke Jeffs, Managing Editor, Global Investor Group
Julian Low
, Executive Director,  Vertex Ventures 
Bernard Lock, Adjunct Associate Professor, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore
Thomas McMahon, Chairman, Digital Exchange Association of Singapore
Aleksey Mironenko, Partner and Chief Distribution Officer, Premia Partners
Will Mitting, Founder and Managing Director, Acuiti 
Eric Neo, CEO, RF International Holdings
Ian Nissen, Head of Asia Pacific Futures, Clearing & Collateral (FCC), Citi
Erik Norland, Executive Director & Senior Economist, CME Group
Viktor Östebo, Head of Institutional Trading, Flow Traders
Mark Phelps, Group CEO, G.H. Financials     
Mark Pottle,
Regional Executive Sales Director, Trading Technologies 
Josh Qiao, Senior Manager, Singapore Representative Office, Dalian Commodity Exchange
Brett Reeves,
Executive Director, Head of Prime Services Sales Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
Bill Sarran, Head of Institutional Trading, APAC, Optiver
Rajarshi Sen
, Vice President, ASEAN Index Sales, MSCI 
Kevin Tan, Executive Vice President, Straits Financial Services
T Kiang Tan, CIO, Grasshopper
Robin Tsui,
Vice President and Gold Strategist for the Global SPDR ETF Business, State Street Global Advisors 
Sriram Vasudevan, Partner and Managing Director, Graticule Asset Management Asia Exchange
Rohit, Verma
, Head of OTC Clearing and FX Prime Brokerage - APAC, Citi
Lili Wang, Deputy General Manager, Head of International Business, Minmetals & Jingyi Futures Co Ltd
Jermyn Wong, Product Development Director and ETF Specialist, Nikko Asset Management Hong Kong Limited
Xiaoxi Xu,
Index CIO, CSOP Asset Management
Sen Yang, Founder & CEO, Aifanzhe Investment Management Co Ltd 
TK Yap, Managing Director, Head of Institutional Trading & Execution Services, CGS-CIMB Securities (Singapore) Pte Ltd  
Lawrence Huiyan Zhang, Chief Representative, Singapore Representative Office, Shanghai Futures Exchange 

 



 

Gold Sponsor 


 TMX

About TMX Group

TMX Group operates global markets, and builds digital communities and analytic solutions that facilitate the funding, growth and
success of businesses, traders and investors. TMX Group's key operations include Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange,
Montréal Exchange and Trayport which provide listing markets, trading markets, clearing facilities, depository services, technology
solutions, data products and other services to the global financial community. TMX is headquartered in Toronto and operates offices
across North America (Montréal, Calgary, Vancouver and New York), and international markets including London and Singapore.

About Montréal Exchange

Montréal Exchange (MX) is Canada’s derivatives exchange, owned and operated by TMX Group, offering retail and institutional investors
futures and options products across major asset classes, including interest rates, equities, FX, Canadian stock indices and repos, as well
as clearing services. MX serves an important function in the stability and viability of Canada’s financial markets and is a vital component of
TMX’s global growth strategy. In late 2018, MX expanded trading hours to UK time in an effort to increase international participation. The
initial phase of the extended hours initiative resulted in strong activity and increased client demand and the scope of the initiative has since
expanded to include the SXF, Canada’s recognized benchmark equity index product.

For more information visit www.tmx.com or follow @TMXGroup / @MtlExchange.

 

 

Trading Technologies

 

Trading Technologies creates professional trading software, infrastructure and data solutions for a wide variety of users, including proprietary
traders, brokers, money managers, CTAs, hedge funds, commercial hedgers and risk managers. In addition to providing access to the world’s
major international exchanges and liquidity venues via its TT® trading platform, TT offers domain-specific technology for cryptocurrency trading
and machine-learning tools for real-time trade surveillance. For more, visit www.tradingtechnologies.com or follow @Trading_Tech on Twitter.

 

 

Silver Sponsor


Avelacom

Avelacom’s low latency connectivity & IT infrastructure solutions are designed to improve market making, arbitrage and liquidity aggregation strategies, all of which
are highly sensitive to latency. Our strength comes from our global network that connects to 80+ liquidity sources offering best-in-market latencies and 99.9% uptime.
Our points-of-presence are located in all major data centers and connected to AWS, Alibaba and Azure clouds.

We know exactly how to achieve sub-millisecond speed of market data and order execution across both derivatives exchanges and crypto markets.

www.avelacom.com

 

 

 

 B3 – Brazilian Exchange and OTC

B3 is one of the world’s largest financial market infrastructure providers by market value. The services it offers range from exchange trading,
clearing,depository, trade repository and other post-trade services to registration of over-the-counter (OTC) transactions and of vehicle and
real estate loans. We are committed to Brazil, our clients, and constant development of the financial and capital markets.

 

 

CBOE

 

 

 

Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (“Cboe Global Markets” or “Cboe”) is one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, offering cutting-edge
trading and investment solutions to investors around the world. The company is committed to relentless innovation, connecting global markets
with world-class technology, and providing seamless solutions that enhance the customer experience.

Cboe offers trading across a diverse range of products in multiple asset classes and geographies, including options, futures, U.S. and European
equities, exchange-traded products (ETPs), global foreign exchange (FX) and multi-asset volatility products based on the Cboe Volatility Index
(VIX Index), the world’s barometer for equity market volatility.

 

 


CME Group

 

 

As the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, CME Group (www.cmegroup.com) enables clients to trade futures, cash and OTC markets,
optimize portfolios, and analyze data – empowering market participants worldwide to efficiently manage risk and capture opportunities. CME Group exchanges 
offer the widest range of global benchmark products across all major asset classes based on interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange, energy, agricultural 
products and metals.  The company offers futures trading through the CME Globex® platform, fixed income trading via BrokerTec and foreign exchange trading on
the EBS platform.  In addition, it operates one of the world's leading central counterparty clearing providers, CME Clearing.  With a range of pre- and post-trade 
products and services underpinning the entire lifecycle of a trade, CME Group also offers optimization and reconciliation services through TriOptima, and trade 
processing services through Traiana.

 

 

 

DA Financial Service



By Virtue of the core competencies due to its competitive technological advances, DA Group has rapidly grown into a leading foreign futures
brokerage company in the Asia Pacific Area.

DA Financial Service (Singapore) Pte Ltd is a clearing member for APEX and a trading member for SGX. They are licensed and regulated by
the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

It is a subsidiary of DA International Financial Services Ltd. (Hong Kong), which is approved by SFC to carry brokerage services of global
securities. The group has already accelerated its international expansion into U.S.A.(a clearing member of CME), Hong Kong (a clearing
member of HKEX) and Singapore.

 

 

G.H. Financials (HK) Limited.

G.H. Financials has provided market access and clearing services, on international derivatives exchanges, to professional traders and
institutions around the globe since 1993. During the last financial year, GHF cleared around 400 million contracts on over twenty-five
exchanges globally and have been consistently one of the largest clearing members on the key European and US derivatives exchanges.
G. H. Financials is headquartered in London and operates subsidiary businesses in both Chicago and Hong Kong. For further information
about GHF, please visit www.ghfinancials.com

 

 

 

SGX

 

 

 

 

Singapore Exchange is Asia’s leading and trusted market infrastructure, operating equity, fixed income and derivatives markets to the highest regulatory standards. As
Asia’s most international, multi-asset exchange, SGX provides listing, trading, clearing, settlement, depository and data services, with about 40% of listed companies and
75% of listed bonds originating outside of Singapore.

SGX is the world’s most liquid offshore market for the benchmark equity indices of China, India, Japan and ASEAN and offers commodities and currency derivatives
products.Headquartered in AAA-rated Singapore, SGX is globally recognised for its risk management and clearing capabilities.

For more information, please visit www.sgx.com.

 

 

 

Stellar Trading Systems

 

 

 

Stellar Trading Systems has supplied its global client base with cutting edge trading systems for over 17 years. Offering the professional trader a suite of products noted for their ultra-fast performance coupled with a robust architecture. Stellar delivers an intuitive front end with comprehensive order and risk management. It has an emphasis on speed, displaying market data and routing orders as fast as possible. Placing the complexities and workload of the trading system onto the servers frees the front end to focus solely on trader interaction, enabling Stellar to respond instantly, even in the busiest of market conditions

 

Coffee Break Sponsor 


 

 

CBOE

 

 

 

Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (“Cboe Global Markets” or “Cboe”) is one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, offering cutting-edge
trading and investment solutions to investors around the world. The company is committed to relentless innovation, connecting global markets
with world-class technology, and providing seamless solutions that enhance the customer experience.

Cboe offers trading across a diverse range of products in multiple asset classes and geographies, including options, futures, U.S. and European
equities, exchange-traded products (ETPs), global foreign exchange (FX) and multi-asset volatility products based on the Cboe Volatility Index 
(VIX Index), the world’s barometer for equity market volatility.

 

 

 

Drinks Reception Sponsor


 

 

TMX

About TMX Group

TMX Group operates global markets, and builds digital communities and analytic solutions that facilitate the funding, growth and success of
businesses, traders and investors. TMX Group's key operations include Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, Montréal Exchange
 and Trayport which provide listing markets, trading markets, clearing facilities, depository services, technology solutions, data products and
other services to the global financial community. TMX is headquartered in Toronto and operates offices across North America (Montréal, Calgary,
Vancouver and New York), and international markets including London and Singapore.

About Montréal Exchange

Montréal Exchange (MX) is Canada’s derivatives exchange, owned and operated by TMX Group, offering retail and institutional investors futures and
options products across major asset classes, including interest rates, equities, FX, Canadian stock indices and repos, as well as clearing services. 
MX serves an important function in the stability and viability of Canada’s financial markets and is a vital component of TMX’s global growth strategy.
In late 2018, MX expanded trading hours to UK time in an effort to increase international participation. The initial phase of the extended hours initiative
resulted in strong activity and increased client demand and the scope of the initiative has since expanded to include the SXF, Canada’s recognized
benchmark equity index product.

For more information visit www.tmx.com or follow @TMXGroup / @MtlExchange.

 

 

 

Supporting Organization


Dalian Commodity Exchange

Founded in 1993, Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) is one of the four futures exchanges under the supervision and administration
of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. By August 2019, a total of 18 futures contracts and 2 option contracts have been listed
for trading, which include iron ore, RBD palm olein, soybean, PVC futures etc. , soybean meal and corn options. On May 4, 2018, DCE
iron ore futures officially implemented introducing overseas traders.

Over the years, through orderly operation and stable development, DCE has already become world's largest futures market for edible oils
and oilseeds, plastics, metallurgical coke, and iron ore. In 2018, DCE achieved 982 million contracts and RMB 52 trillion in trading volume
and turnover respectively.







Shanghai Futures Exchange

 

Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) is a leading Chinese futures exchange regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). Since its establishment
in 1999, SHFE has offered 17 futures and 2 options based on metals, energy and chemical products. According to FIA, by trading volume in 2018, SHFE is the largest
commodity futures and options exchange and the 10th largest derivatives exchange in the world.

In recent years, SHFE is accelerating its open-up to overseas investors. On 26th March 2018, the Shanghai crude oil futures, the first international futures contract in
China, was listed for trading on Shanghai International Energy Exchange (INE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SHFE. Another international product, TSR20 futures
contract, was listed on INE on 12th August 2019. In addition, INE was approved as an Alternative Trading System (ATS) by the Securities & Futures Commission of
Hong Kong (HKSFC) and a Recognized Market Operator (RMO) by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) in 2018, and has been allowed to attract international
investors in those regions to trade on INE. SHFE set up its Singapore Representative Office in 2018.

 

 

 

Minmetals & Jingyi Futures 

Minmetals & Jingyi Futures founded in 1993 and headquartered in Shenzhen. As the best-capitalized futures company in China, the company has
2.715 billion RMB registered capital, 30 branches and 2 wholly-owned subsidiaries. For many years, the company has been rated as an A-Class &
A-Level futures company by the CSRC.

As a comprehensive futures company, the business covers commodity & financial futures and options brokerage, international business, risk 
management, investment advisory, asset management, etc. For overseas investors, the company provides international mainstream IT systems
such as Fidessa, Bloomberg EMSX, CQG, ATP, etc. With the advantage of having a professional bilingual team and multiple advanced trading 
platforms, the company offers
one-stop solutions for account opening, trading & risk control, clearing, and customized IT systems to institutional and individual clients globally.

Minmetals Capital Co., Ltd. (stock code: 600390), the controlling shareholder of Minmetals & Jingyi Futures, is a subsidiary of China Minmetal
Corporation. As one of the few full-licensed financial holding companies listed on China A-Shares market, the company operates and manages
a wide range of businesses, covering futures, securities, commercial banking, asset management, insurance, fund company, trust company and
financial leasing businesses. The amount of financial assets under management reached 820 billion RMB in 2017.

China Minmetals Corporation (CMC) is not only China’s largest and most internationalized metals and mining group, but also the world’s biggest
and best metallurgical construction and operation service provider. In 2017, CMC ranked No. 1 in the metals industry and No. 109 among the Fortune
Global 500.

 

 

 

Supporting Partner 


 

Acuiti

 

 

Acuiti is a new business intelligence platform designed to provide senior executives with unparalleled insight into business operations and industry-wide performance. 
Acuiti helps identify market trends, enhance decision-making and benchmark company performance. The platform anonymises and aggregates information from its
exclusive network of senior industry figures to provide insightful in-depth analysis.

The first product will be the Acuiti Derivatives Insight Report, which will launch in Q2 2019. Compiled monthly using data submitted anonymously by Acuiti’s network of hundreds of senior derivatives industry professionals, the Acuiti Derivatives Insight Report will provide insights into business performance, cost of operations, headcounts. staffing costs and other metrics.

To apply to join the network and participate in the Acuiti Derivatives Insight Report, visit acuiti.io

 

 

 

ASIFMA

ASIFMA is an independent, regional trade association with over 100 member firms comprising a diverse range of leading financial institutions from
both the buy and sell side, including banks, asset managers, law firms and market infrastructure service providers.  Together, we harness the shared
interests of the financial industry to promote the development of liquid, deep and broad capital markets in Asia.  ASIFMA advocates stable, innovative
and competitive Asian capital markets that are necessary to support the region’s economic growth.  We drive consensus, advocate solutions and effect
change around keyissues through the collective strength and clarity of one industry voice.  Our many initiatives include consultations with regulators and
exchanges, developmentof uniform industry standards, advocacy for enhanced markets through policy papers, and lowering the cost of doing business
in the region. Through the GFMA alliance with SIFMA in the United States and AFME in Europe, ASIFMA also provides insights on global best practices
and standards to benefit the region. 

 

 

 

Enterprise Singapore


Enterprise Singapore is the government agency championing enterprise development. Its vision for Singapore is a vibrant economy with globally
competitive Singapore companies.

International Enterprise Singapore and SPRING came together on 1 April 2018 as a single agency to form Enterprise Singapore. Its mission is to
grow stronger Singapore companies by building capabilities and accessing global opportunities, thereby creating good jobs for Singaporeans.

The agency works with committed companies to build capabilities, innovate and internationalise. It also supports the growth of Singapore as a hub
for global trading and startups, and builds trust in Singapore’s products and services through quality and standards.

Visit www.enterprisesg.gov.sg for more information. 

 

 

 

Flow Traders

 

 

Flow Traders is one of the largest ETF and Futures market makers in the World. More than 100 traders proud themselves with providing
liquidity and highly competitive 2-way risk or NAV markets in more than 6500 ETF listings globally. On and off exchange the firm covers
ETFs from all major issuers, listed on all relevant exchanges and of all asset classes. Flow Traders has frequently been named ETF Market
Maker Asia-Pacific and Europe at the Global ETF Awards.

 

Supporting Association 


 Eurekahedge 

 

Launched in 2001, Eurekahedge has an 18 years proven track record as the world’s largest independent data provider and alternative research
firm specialising in global hedge fund databases and research. Headquartered in Singapore with offices in New York and Philippines, the global expertise
of our research team constantly adapts to industry changes and needs, allowing Eurekahedge to develop and offer a wide array of products and services
coveted by institutional investors, family offices, accredited investors, qualified purchasers, financial institutions and media sources. In addition to market-leading
hedge fund databases, Eurekahedge’s other business functions include hedge fund research publications, due diligence services, investor services, analytical
platforms and risk management tools. For more information, please visit www.eurekahedge.com or email us at marketing@eurekahedge.com.

 

 

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