AIMA Japan invites you to join us at our 18th Annual Forum on Wednesday 31 May at The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo.  The conference will focus on the current themes and trends in the alternative sector and discuss how the Japanese allocators are currently viewing the investment opportunities available.  Panel discussions will directly debate and address the key issues. Expect a full day of keynote speakers and panels culminating in networking drinks.

The AIMA Japan Annual Forum 2023 will:

Bring together....

  • Policy-Makers and Regulators
  • Hedge Fund and Private Fund industry influencers and thought leaders
  • Members of the AIMA community and of the hedge fund industry
  • Known keynote speakers


  • The challenges and opportunities currently facing the industry in this complex and changing world

For more information on our previous forums, please view here to gain key takeaways and insights from Japan Annual Forum. 

For further questions, please contact Kana Someya.

お問い合わせは、[email protected] (染谷)までお願い致します。


 Japan AIMA x CAIA Scholarship Award 2023

2023 marks AIMA's 8th year teaming up with the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association to award employees of APAC AIMA Member Firms a chance to receive a full CAIA Scholarship to complete the CAIA programme.

This scholarship will waive both the programme enrolment and first-time registration fee for its Level I and Level II examinations. Further, CAIA will provide complimentary access to its examination curriculum via their digital platform. A CAIA scholarship is worth in excess of US$3,000.

Completion of the CAIA programme brings one a global recognition, thorough knowledge across alternative investments, and a preparedness to meet client demands, each key in today’s new era where fiduciaries need to work smarter to deliver investor outcomes.

How To Apply?

Kindly provide the following information in your submission:

  • Name of applicant's AIMA Japan member firm
  • Name, job and functional title, email address, and an outline of the functional role of the applicant
  • Name, job and functional title, and email address of a reference who is either an employee of an AIMA member firm or a CAIA Charterholder
  • In a maximum of 250 words, tell AIMA and CAIA why the applicant should be awarded the scholarship

To be eligible for the chance to be awarded a scholarship, applicants must be employees of AIMA Japan member firms. More details regarding the CAIA programme may be found here.

Submit your applications to Kana Someya, General Manager, AIMA Japan via email at [email protected] by 5pm JPT, 12 May.