Fund professionals can keep abreast of the latest developments impacting their business through ALFI's annual and specialist subject conferences. Organised by ALFI's experienced events team throughout the year, they attract important expert audiences from Europe and abroad, aiming at helping them to take advantage of the constantly evolving industry environment. These types of conferences have an admission charge and provide exposure for sponsors and exhibitors from the investment fund world.
Global Distribution conference
A standing item in many fund professional’s agendas, the conference takes place in September and focuses on global distribution, Luxembourg's highly successful speciality. Hosted in partnership with NICSA, the US National Investment Company Service Association, and HKIFA, the Hong Kong Investment Fund Association, it brings together major fund distributors and asset managers from across the globe.
A golf tournament for ALFI members and conference attendees is traditionally organised on the day before the conference.
For the coming Global Distribution conference, the best rates are now available.
PE & RE conference
Dedicated to these two popular alternative investment strategies, the ALFI Private Equity and Real Estate conference informs no-longer-niche asset managers and investors from all over the world of trends in a fast-growing industry. The event showcases the fund centre's operational excellence in setting up and servicing complex and bespoke fund structures that sets Luxembourg apart.
Don't miss the next edition!
European Asset Management conference
Refreshed by a contemporary venue and with a new name, this ALFI classic is all about the investor at the core of asset management activities. The overhaul of the conference has resulted in an impressive additional turnout from international asset managers and enthusiastic feedback from participants.
To be continued in spring 2019!
Eleanor de Rosmorduc
Ching Yng Choi
Ching Yng Choi has been appointed in November 2010 to head the Asia representative office of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI).
Her role is principally ambassadorial, raising awareness of Luxembourg as a fund domicile, and further promoting the UCITS brand in Asia.
Ching started her professional career with General Electric in Brussels, Bergen-op-Zoom and Paris.
She then moved to Luxembourg and joined MDO Services, the fund governance provider, where she was a risk manager.
She has a commercial engineering degree from UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve and took part of a student exchange program with Manchester University (Finance & International Business).
With the citizenships of Hong Kong and Belgium, Ching speaks Chinese, English and French.