DC Finance's 2nd Annual Tel Aviv Institutional Investment Conference.

May 06, 2010 10:30 AM ET
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DC Finance is Israel's leading financial conference organizer reaching high net worth individuals, institutional investors, senior officers of leading firms, and senior executives in Israel's eminent business community. DC Finance has established seven of Israel’s top branded financial conferences - "The Semi-Annual Economic Conference", "The Going Public Abroad Annual Conference", "The Annual Securities Offering Convention", "The Kibbutz Industries Annual Economic Conference", The Annual Family Office & Wealth Management Conference, "The Annual Corporate Finance Conference" and "The Tel Aviv Annual Institutional Investors Conference". DC Finance provide its clients and sponsors with a unique way to access Israel's elite business sector. Our services include business development, branding, planning and production of business events and marketing strategy ramp-up for firms seeking to tap into Israel’s elite business and public sectors. DC Finance represents the Israeli Provident Funds Coalition, The Israeli Bar Association, TheAssociation of Publicly Traded Companies and the Israeli Management Center. The audiences attending DCF's conferences comprise of chairmen, CEOs, CFOs, private investors, institutional investors, lawyers, tax advisers, affluent individuals and other influential figures.

 The 2010 Tel Aviv Institutional Investment Conference
 


The Tel Aviv Institutional Investment Conference is Israel's largest Institutional Investor event. This year we will focus on asset allocation alternatives, investment strategies, risk management and regulation following a global economic meltdown. May 24th, Dan Panorama Hote



The Tel Aviv Institutional Investment Conference brings approximately 600 investment managers and investment committee members of pension, provident and mutual funds, nostro managers at the local banks and insurance firms, CFOs of large cap firms and private institutional investors with approximately US$200 billion under management.


The agenda will explore asset allocation in the following areas: commodities, infrastructure, real estate, forex, asset allocation strategies, risk management, equities, fixed income, global private equity strategies, ETFs, green energy projects, Chilean pension system based investment vehicles, institutional credit loans and other related topics.

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