September 19 - 20, 2023 | Delta Hotels Ottawa City Centre | Ottawa, ON

CAiP Alternative Investments Forum is Back
This September!

The past year of market volatility and economic uncertainty brought new challenges to investment managers. As more investors question the 60/40 portfolio and rethink their asset allocation, they are turning to Alternative Investments for higher yield and diversification.

Alternative Investments are projected to grow exponentially by 2025, so it is critical that asset managers know how to optimize the new opportunities while still mitigating the unexpected risks. The CAiP Alternative Investments Forum will gather the leading experts and top pension fund managers from across Canada to explore optimal alternatives investment strategies, and discuss the emerging trends and challenges in the current market.

You will learn:

  • How successful institutional investors are deploying alternatives to rebalance their portfolios.
  • Keynote perspectives on the outlook of economic and geopolitical trends, and the future of alternatives.
  • What strategies investors are using to mitigate risks in a volatile market while still achieving returns.
  • Why now is the right time to invest in private debt, private credit, and private equity.

Why is This Happening?

The reason is simple: Institutional investors can increase their ROI with alternatives — if they know what to do!

Alternatives are undergoing continual changes in 2023 going into 2024 — especially with the increasing uncertainty of the market. It now permeates all alternatives — and that needs to be completely understood.

So, How can you benefit from the alternative investment portfolio of the future?

That is what this event is all about. You will learn about how successful institutional investors — large and small alike — are deploying alternatives and increasing their ROI. If you build your strategies from cornerstone principles, it will greatly help you — despite ongoing and persistent turbulence!

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