Ep 47. The Long-Short | Holding Strong: Alternative Investments in a Volatile Market
Published: 23 November 2022
The Long-Short is a podcast by the Alternative Investment Management Association, focusing on the very latest insights on the alternative investment industry.
Each episode will examine topical areas of interest from across the alternative investment universe with news, views and analysis delivered by AIMA’s global team, as well as a host of industry experts.
This episode of The Long-Short is a special one. To mark the one-year anniversary since the launch of the Holding Strong: Alternative Investments in a Volatile Market, a programme produced in partnership with ITN, we are pleased to share an interview with our CEO Jack Inglis conducted by ITN Business host Belle Donati. Jack discussed the resilience of alternative investments, particularly the performance from hedge funds in recent years, AIMA’s role advocating on behalf of the industry and his thoughts on the future for alternative investments.
Like what you hear? Then watch the full programme. Holding Strong: Alternative Investments in a Volatile Market is a news-style programme raising awareness of alternative investments and the latest sector innovations helping the economy to recover and thrive after the coronavirus pandemic. The programme explores what alternative investments are, how they work, and how they are accessible for all, not just the wealthy. It also addresses industry themes such as how ESG and socially responsible investments are key areas for the future and how the industry is encouraging diversity to attract the next generation of talent.
The programme includes contributions from Man Group, Citco, haysmacintyre, Reed Smith, Emso Asset Management, Securis Investment Partners, abrdn and Apex Group.
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