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GlobeOp to host guidance event on Form PF March 28,2012

Monday, March 19, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update: Pragmatic solutions to Form PF (private fund) reporting requirements will be the focus of a GlobeOp Insights event for hedge funds, private equity funds and investment advisors in New York on March 28, 2012. Hosted by GlobeOp’s CEO Hans Hufschmid, the GlobeOp Insights event will be held at 4:30pm at the Paley Center for Media at 25 West 52nd Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues) in New York. GlobeOp has issued a "Last Call for Registrations" as registrations are nearing capacity at The Paley Center. The program will begin at 5p followed by a cocktail reception at 6p.

Deirdre Bolton, news anchor and host of ‘Money Moves’ on Bloomberg Television, will moderate a distinguished panel of regulatory, legal and administrative experts. Confirmed panelists are Michael V. Dunn, senior policy advisor, Patton Boggs, former CFTC commissioner; Jennifer Dunn, partner, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP; Tony Glickman, global head of client solutions, GlobeOp, and John Sampson, senior executive, risk management, Ernst & Young.

As Opalesque has reported, many hedge funds are already behind on their reporting for form PF. The event will show lessons learned from test-run report preparations and provide guidance on how funds can prepare.

For more information on the event click here.

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