Shojin will be attending, and presenting at, the Hubbis 2022 Investment Solutions Forum on Wednesday 14th September in Singapore.
The event, specifically designed for private wealth management firms - including Private Banks, Single or Multi-Family Offices - takes place at the Pan Pacific Hotel from 9am to 2pm. It will feature Hubbis’ new half-day-plus format to deliver the most efficient and engaging content, discussions and networking. Shojin is also one of the headline sponsors of the event.
As if the global pandemic were not misery enough, the world has since late 2021 been facing the stark realities of a far more pernicious set of financial and geopolitical events that are setting investors further on the back foot. Inflation is far higher than had been anticipated and looks to be set in for far longer, interest rates are rising faster and more aggressively than most had expected, the war in Ukraine shows no end in sight, pandemic and conflict-related supply chain disruptions have been worsened by energy disruptions, and in more and more developed nations, strikes and social unrest are bursting through the surface.
The Hubbis Investment Solutions Forum will have as its main target the mission of drilling down into how the wealth management industry at large in Asia is helping its private clients – from HNW and UHNW individuals to mass affluent investors – build or adapt their portfolios in the face of these many significant challenges, most of which look set to persist well into 2023 and potentially beyond.
Topics and themes that will be covered in presentations and panel discussions include:
- UK real estate investing unlocked
- Private wealth leaders – refining the proposition to meet client needs
- Investing in China – where can you find the best value?
- The evolution of the ESG investment market
- The Use of ETFs in HNW portfolios
- Building resilient, multi-asset class Portfolios in challenging markets
- Navigating China investments amid disruptions
- How sub advised funds will continue enhancing the fund industry across the globe – an empirical overview and strategic outlook
- How overvalued is private real estate?
- Every Investment Manager needs a digital asset securities strategy
Confirmed speakers include:
Jatin Ondhia, Co-Founder and CEO, Shojin
Dr Angelina Pramova, Global Head of Business Development Investment Solutions, Allfunds
David Perez de Albeniz, Regional Manager Asia, Allfunds
Jean Chia, Head, Portfolio Management & Research Office (PMRO), Bank of Singapore
Sameer Deshpande, Regional Investments Head, Asia, Citi
Marc Lansonneur, Managing Director, Head of Managed Solutions and Investment Governance, DBS Private Banking
Albert Chiu, Executive Chairman, Asia Pacific Region, EFG Bank
Wendy Chen, Senior Investment Analyst, GAM Investments
Terence Bong, Managing Director - Head of Singapore, GAM Investments
Arjan de Boer, Deputy Chief Executive, Head of MIS, Asia Markets, Investments & Structuring, Asia, Indosuez Wealth Management
Julian Kwan, Co-Founder and CEO, InvestaX
Tim Gibson, Co-Head of Global Property Equities, Portfolio Manager, Janus Henderson Investors
Andrew Hendry, Head of Distribution, Asia, Janus Henderson Investors
George Boubouras, Executive Director and Head of Research, K2 Asset Management
Vincent Magnenat, Asia CEO, Lombard Odier
Alice Tan, Head of Maybank Private and Head, Products and Investment Solutions, Maybank
Isaac Poole, Global Chief Investment Officer Portfolio Manager, Oreana Financial Services
Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer, Standard Chartered Private Bank
Michael Blake, CEO Wealth Management Asia, UBP
Hubbis provides a unique access point to the key decision makers, management and front office personnel of a significant segment of the wealth management industry in Asia. It connects with a total of 22,000 contacts at International and Local Private Banks, Retail Banks, IFAs, Family Offices, MFOs, Independent Wealth Managers, Insurance Companies, Asset Management and Professional Services firms. Hubbis arranges 20 flagship wealth management forums each year and curate 70+ bespoke events for clients. In addition, it produces high-quality, localised content that is practical and independent; This includes news, articles, white papers, thought leadership and conference-linked content, which is available in multiple formats including video, web and print.