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Five alternative investment managers selected to present at ABN AMRO Investor Forum's AIF Factor in Amsterdam

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Matthias Knab, Opalesque for New Managers:

Five alternative investment funds have been selected by a jury panel to compete in The AIF Factor on March 8th, 2017 during the Amsterdam Investor Forum (AIF), organised by ABN AMRO Clearing. In a 3 minutes pitch the funds will present their strategy and all delegates will cast their votes to elect the "AIF Factor Winner for 2017". The 5 shortlisted funds are:

  • Ashenden Trend Plus Fund
  • BlackRock, BFS Multi Manager Alternative Strategies Fund
  • ABR Dynamic Blend Equity and Volatility Fund
  • DIM Funds PV Buyback USA
  • Tolomeo SquarePoint Global Equities Gildas Le Treut, Global Director Prime at ABN AMRO Clearing is enthusiastic about the competition: "For the 5th year running, the AIF Factor presents fund managers with a stage to showcase their investment strategy. We are very pleased to have received numerous submissions from a variety of strategies and countries, which demonstrates the ongoing dynamism of the Alternative Investment industry. It was a challenge to select only 5 finalists out of many compelling pitches, innovative strategies and sound track records. The wide interest underlines the relevance of the AIF Factor initiative. It is a great platform for managers that want to raise their profiles with professional investors. Receiving instant feedback from 200+ attendees is a unique experience."......................

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