Alternative Asset Analysis has announced its support for the return of the Women’s Alternative Investment Summit to New York in November.
Boston, MA, USA, September 30, 2011 -- Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) is welcoming the return of the Women’s Alternative Investment Summit to New York in November.
The summit, which is in its third year, attracted a huge crowd of some 250 executives and other influential women who were keen to explore alternative investments in more detail.
This year’s meeting in Midtown Manhattan will include keynote speeches on several different kinds of alternative investments, including real estate, private equity and hedge funds.
Some 50 speakers will take to the stage over the course of the two-day event, which will run from 3-4 November, explained AAA, which supports the promotion of alternative assets as a valid and lucrative alternative to traditional investments such as stocks and shares.
“In these volatile times, it’s important that everyone reviews their investment portfolio to ensure it is well diversified to minimize their exposure to risk,” stated AAA’s analysis partner, Anthony Johnson.
Some of the topic to be discussed at the summit will include ‘Real Estate Portfolio Management,’ ‘Will Institutional Investors Continue to Warm to Hedge Funds’ and ‘Global Private Equity: How Regions Measure Up by Performance.’
Some of the exhibitors expected at the summit include private equity and real estate firm Landmark Partners, who are returning for their second year, and Ascendant Compliance Management, which is attending for its first year.
AAA is a particularly active advocate of ethical investments and offers forestry investment as a strong option for anyone looking to reduce the risk in their portfolio while helping to reduce deforestation. Forestry investment projects, such as the one operated by Greenwood Management, which involves managing plantations in Brazil can help safeguard the future of the forestry industry. This kind of managed approached to sustainable forestry help spread the world that there can be value in standing trees as well as in timber, according to AAA.
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The remit of Alternative Asset Analysis is to analyse and provide news on the global performance of a wide range of alternative asset classes including, but not restricted to, commodities, real estate, forestry, foreign exchange, hedge funds, private equity and venture capital.
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