Sydney, 06 March 2015
Sydney Volatility and Tail Risk Educational Breakfast

Agenda for the day…

Thank you to everyone who attended the 7th Volatility and Tail Risk Educational Breakfast in Sydney on 6 March!

We had a fantastic selection of investors, managers and consultants take part with lively debate and a beautiful morning making the event a great success. Thank you to all those who attended and participated. We are planning to make this an annual event so if you did miss out, we would love to see you next time.

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Friday, 6 March 2015

Deutsche Bank

Registration and Welcome Breakfast

Opening Remarks

Catherine Pollock (Head of Sales & Investor Relations, 36 South Capital Advisors LLP)

Panel Discussion: Monetising uncertainty: How can investing in volatility add alpha?

  • Different ways to implement volatility hedging
  • Are we entering new territory in volatility?
  • Cost versus benefits

Panellists: 

  • Richard (Jerry) Haworth (Co-Founder & CIO, 36 South Capital Advisors LLP)
  • David Dredge (Co-CIO, Fortress Convex Strategies Group)
  • Michael Armitage (Head of Fund Advisory, Milliman Financial Risk Management LLC)
  • Michael Winchester (Investment Strategist, State Super Financial Services)

Moderator:

  • David Walter (Director & Head of Asian Research, PAAMCO)

Volatility Outlook & Risk/Return Enhancement Strategies

Alexander Staab (Director, Structured Markets Group, Deutsche Bank AG) 

Coffee

Our speakers…

Michael Armitage
Michael Armitage
Head of Fund Advisory Milliman Financial Risk Management LLC
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Alexander Staab
Alexander Staab
Director, Structured Markets Group Deutsche Bank AG
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David Walter
David Walter
Director PAAMCO
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David Dredge
Chief Investment Officer, Convex Strategies City Financial Investment Company
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Richard (Jerry) Haworth
CEO & CIO 36 South Capital Advisers LLP
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Venue

Deutsche Bank Level 16 Deutsche Bank Place Cnr Phillip & Hunter Streets Sydney NSW 2000

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