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Ho Ho and Qi Shou join the International Advisory Council of the Shanghai Hedge Fund Association

Wednesday, August 01, 2012
The Shanghai Hedge Fund Association (SHFA) announced that they have two new advisors, Ho Ho and Qi Shou, in the International Advisory Council. The SHFA is a leading not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the industry’s growth in Shanghai and China.

Based in Shanghai, the financial hub of China, SHFA represents some of the largest hedge funds in the city and also attracts many global hedge funds, alternative investment associations, high net worth individuals, service providers to its highly rated conferences and events.

SHFA’s mission is to promote the business climate for hedge funds operating within Shanghai. It is an education and communications organization established to enable hedge fund firms in the city to participate in public policy discourse and share best practices. It is also a networking group for hedge fund firms and investors.

Mr. Qi Shou is currently the Chief Investment Officer of Hong Kong-based hedge fund Skybound Capital. With a background in academia in China, Shou started his investment management career at HSBC Private Bank, where he was mostly involved in manager selection and worked in London, New York, Geneva and Hong Kong. He also managed mixed asset portfolios at a family office. He is a member of AIMA, CAIA HK Chapter. He holds both his BA and Masters degrees in Economics.

Mr. Ho is now Executive Director, Applied Research with MSCI Inc. He is responsible for research in asset allocation, portfolio construction and index investment. Before that, he was with a Portfolio Manager, Global Equity with the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), where he is the leader of the team responsible for research, development, and implementation of the Global Equity Allocation & Analytics System and the internal managed Multi-Strategies Hedge Fund Platform. He was also an active member of the Global Equity Capital Allocation Committee. He holds a B.A., Phi Beta Kappa in Economics from the University of California, Irvine, and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

International Advisory Council, SHFA
The International Advisory Council (IAC) is an internal advisory body consisting of experts in the global hedge fund industry. They would, at the request of SHFA, provide advice to assist SHFA in better understanding the operating and practice of top-tier hedge fund associations.

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