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100 Women in Hedge Funds hosts 2012 Geneva Gala to benefit All Special Kids (ASK), November 7

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Save the Date to celebrate All Special Kids (ASK) at this year's 100 Women in Hedge Funds Geneva Gala! Fantastic preparations are underway. The charity, location and date are set. Now all you need to do is to secure a table for yourself and your guests before they are sold out.

The evening will take place in support of All Special Kids (ASK), a Geneva-based non-profit organization that caters to children with special needs, their parents and family members. The date is November 7, 2012 at 6.30 PM at the Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva. Individual tickets won't be released until the Fall.

Event Details

Date: November 7, 2012
Time: 6.30 PM - 1.00 AM
Location: Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva, 19, Quai du Mont-Blanc, Geneva, 1201, Switzerland
RSVP: RSVP Now

Attire: Black-tie

Evening Programme

Cocktails
Seated dinner
Performance by a world-class recording artist
Live auction conducted by Sotheby's
Raffle
DJ and dancing

Men and Women welcome. Please join us!

In 2011, 100 Women in Hedge Funds raised over CHF 380,000 in Switzerland to open a fully equipped cardiac clinic and provide training to the local medical team at the University Medical Centre Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam. In 2010, it raised CHF 200,000 to fund a mentoring project undertaken by Solidarité Femmes Genève and in 2009 raised over CHF 135,000 for an education program of Association Païdos.

SPONSORS

You can support the event as a sponsor for CHF 25,000 (Platinum), CHF 15,000 (Premium Gold), CHF 12,000 (Standard Gold), or CHF 6,000 (Silver) as well as sponsor champagne, flowers, or wine (CHF 3,000). Sponsors will be acknowledged in all 2012 Geneva event communications, will be entitled to preferential seating and will receive the benefits outlined below:

PLATINUM: CHF 25,000
• Full-page advertisement in the event programme
• 20 reserved seats (two tables)

PREMIUM GOLD: CHF 15,000
• Full-page advertisement in the event programme
• 10 reserved seats (one table)

STANDARD GOLD: CHF 12,000
• Half-page advertisement in the event programme
• 10 reserved seats (one table)

SILVER: CHF 6,000
• Half-page advertisement in the event programme
• 5 reserved seats (half table)

Flowers, wine or Champagne: CHF 3,000
• Half-page advertisement in the event programme
• 2 seats (shared table)

Confirmed Sponsors:

Premium Gold
BlueCrest Capital Management
BREVAN HOWARD
LCJ Investments S.A.
Scipion Capital

Standard Gold
Dynamic Capital Management Ltd
Jabre Capital Partners

Silver
Dromeus Capital Management Ltd.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact the Geneva Philanthropy committee.


This event is NOT FOR ATTRIBUTION.

Space is limited. No walk-ins will be permitted.

(press release)

www.allspecialkids.org

www.100womeninhedgefunds.org

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