With the acquisition of Eurekahedge in May 2020, Pageant Media’s extensive suite of research houses form the largest source of alternative investment research that has helped discerning investors across the globe make informed decisions pertaining to manager selection and monitoring within the alternative investment space for the last 20 years.
Our forums serve as the melting pot for our investor clients (pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, foundations and family offices) that use our industry data, indices, news and reports to connect, learn and share their investment perspectives on an array of alternative investment strategies. In addition, we partner with a select group of 25 Featured Managers to present investment opportunities via investor-led panel discussions and pre-qualified and pre-scheduled 1:1 meetings hosted on our dedicated online networking platform.
Should you wish to feature your investment vehicle at our upcoming forum, please nominate your fund.
"The quality of the clients is pretty perfect. Prior to the event, we had the opportunity to learn their interests, their background and had access to detailed information of the clients which helped us to prepare for these meetings very well"
VICE PRESIDENT, INSTITUTIONAL SALES CHINA ASSET MANAGEMENT HK LTD (CHINAAMC), CHINA
"It was a great opportunity to be here and meet with some of the huge client base that Eurekahedge has. The fact that potential investors were choosing us was a key driver to participate. From what we have been told, there are 2 or 3 meetings that we believe will mature into an investment into our fund. In my case, I have attended many such events like this and I must say, this is one of the top ones."
MANAGING DIRECTOR AUDENTIA CAPITAL, SPAIN
"From my previous career being a Hedge Fund Research Analyst, I knew Eurekahedge as a very high quality house and we thought that if we do an event and we want to do that of trusted and highly qualified partner. We’ve had some very strong meetings and we have already got 3 follow-up invitations."