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True Partner joins the Global Volatility Summit 2024 in Tokyo

The 5th Annual Global Volatility Summit Tokyo will be held on April 10, 2024 at the Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo.

It will be an in-person gathering of several hundred attendees including hedge fund managers, industry experts and senior investment professionals across the financial markets.

The content for the summit is thoughtfully designed to educate institutional investors on the use of volatility and quantitative related strategies.

At the event, panelists include hedge fund managers across the volatility, tail hedging, quant, and macro spaces to discuss their views on the markets and the use of such strategies within the context of institutional investment portfolios.

Tobias Hekster, Co-CIO of True Partner Capital, will be a speaker again with the topics of his panel yet to be confirmed.

Sharing knowledge with investors

In its fifth year, the Tokyo summit is dedicated to educating investors and providing thought leadership around the volatility markets. Through the lens of volatility, quantitative, and systematic strategy experts, the annual conference is developed for senior investment professionals managing global institutional investment portfolios.

Global Volatility Summit brings together experienced hedge fund managers, industry experts, and senior investment professionals that manage portfolios for some of the world’s largest pensions, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, foundations, insurance companies, asset managers and banks.

Discussions, panels and presentations are designed to examine the various roles of volatility, tail hedging, quant and macro strategies in the context of an institutional investment portfolio. Next to thought-provoking keynote speakers, the event facilitates collaborative networking sessions.

During the summit, investors will have the opportunity to meet our team to continue discussing the topics of the day.


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