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Asian Risk Management Sector Set to Feel the Impact of Global Regulatory Changes

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2011-06-29 11:00 

 

SINGAPORE, June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — A survey with 3,300 investment performance and risk management professionals showed that 64.7 percent of the respondents face a challenge in performance measurement & attribution for alternative investments.

Almost half of the respondents polled also feel that risk management for alternative investments is another hurdle that they are facing at the moment.

But just in case this is not shocking yet, the most surprising finding from the survey was that 79.4 percent of respondents polled believed that regulatory changes in the United States and Europe will affect the risk management sector in Asia.

And that is not all. 82.4 percent of these professionals insist that there is a need to upgrade the current systems for performance and risk management.

Investment Performance Analysis and Risk Management (IPARM) has established itself as the industry’s must-attend meeting after successfully bringing together risk and performance practitioners from across Asia over the past years.  This event focuses on the current issues and latest strategies for performance and risk management dedicated to asset/fund managers, institutional investors, insurance companies and private banks.

IPARM Southeast Asia 2011 (August 15 – 18 2011, Singapore) is dedicated to gather all the key players from the region for another convention filled with intensive discussions and knowledge sharing that will equip participants with all the necessary information for successful performance and risk management ahead.

Log on to www.iparmasia.com for more details on this event. Interested parties can also register by emailing to enquiry@iqpc.com.sg or calling on (65) 67226388.

Press and media please contact:

Maria Andersson
Tel: +65-6722-9404
Email: Indre.Riley@iqpc.com.sg

Bryan Camoens
IQPC Worldwide
Tel: +65-6722-9406
Email: bryan.camoens@iqpc.com.sg

 

SOURCE International Quality & Productivity Centre (IQPC)

Written by asiafreshnews

July 5, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Posted in Business & Finance

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