AIMA APAC Annual Forum

The AIMA APAC Annual Forum is our regional flagship conference. Each year it brings together over 400 hedge fund managers, allocators, service providers, policy and regulatory figures and other Asia-Pacific thought leaders to address the key regulatory, policy and operational issues facing Asia-Pacific fund managers. 

To find out more visit the 2018 event page

Should you have any questions or wish to discuss sponsorship of this event or our other APAC events, please contact Kylie Fraser at or phone her at +852 2526 0211.

The AIMA APAC Annual Forum 2017

  • Looked at regional trends and pressure points relating to the alternative investment ecosystem
  • Provided a regional update on the ever-changing regulatory landscape 
  • Explored fintech and other disrupters
2017 Forum keynote speaker Julia Leung, Executive Director, Intermediaries, Securities and Futures Commission


Kher Sheng Lee, Managing Director, Co-Head of APAC and Deputy Global Head of Government Affairs, AIMA, with Momoko Tamaki, Deputy Director for International Financial Markets, Office of International Affairs, Financial Services Agency of Japan


From L-R: Katherine Abrat, Chair AIMA Hong Kong (Goldman Sachs); Katherine Quinn, COO, BosValen Asset Management; Molly Binenfeld, Communications Leader, Asia Pacific, Point72 Asset Management; Mia Lamar, Former Reporter for The Wall Street Journal Asia; and Damien Ryan, Managing Director, Ryan Communication (now Teneo). The panel discussed the impact of media relations on capital-raising by alternative asset managers.

Attendees said:

  • “All round a very well planned and executed event.  It is evident that AIMA is very much in touch with current industry issues.”
  • “I learnt a lot from the forum. Was definitely a good event with lots of interesting sessions.”
  • “We found it incredibly useful as a forum to meet with clients and prospects.”
  • “Everything went very well and I thought the forum was a great success again this year.”
  • “I thought it was an excellent event, very well organised and well attended.”
  • “Overall a very good day - attendance was strong and the break-out sessions were very well received.”