|Event Date/Time: Nov 29, 2010||End Date/Time: Nov 01, 2010|
The Obama administration is well on the way to completely revamp financial regulation, setting a new bold example for the rest of the world. With the separation of commercial and investment banking, the alternative investments space will see shifts of enormous proportion, causing institutional investors to adjust their portfolio and risk management processes. If the risk-return profiles of various alternative assets change, this may well influence the asset allocations of the largest investors in the world. Whether Europeâ€™s policy makers will take a divergent route in regulation is still to be determined. However, the focus globally is anchored by product transparency and manager accountability. How this would affect profitability will shape radically new trends in alternative investing. Siding with the new leaders will be the secret key to unlock the door of opportunity.