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E2 Wealthier - Responsible Investment in Different Alternative Investment Strategies - Maria Long
14 Sep 2022
12:00pm - 13:00pm

E2 Wealthier - Responsible Investment in Different Alternative Investment Strategies - Maria Long

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For this months E2 Wealthier series we welcome our special guest and E2W member, Maria Long

Responsible Investment in Different Alternative Investment Strategies.

At the SBAI we have developed guidance for Responsible Investment policy disclosures for asset managers and allocators. Alongside our policy framework we have explored and published guidance on how this can be adapted for different alternative investment strategies including equity long/short, systematic, macro, credit and insurance linked-strategies. This session will discuss some of the nuances of these strategies and proper responsible investment disclosures.

Maria Long joined the SBAI as Content and Research Director in August 2020 and is responsible for the SBAI’s Working Groups and Toolbox publications. Prior to joining the SBAI, she was an Operational Due Diligence Analyst at Man FRM (‘FRM’) a Fund of Hedge Fund and Managed Account Provider based in London. Prior to joining the Operational Due Diligence Team in 2015, Maria was the Head of FRM Middle Office. Her responsibilities included oversight of valuation production, expense payments, FX hedging and reconciliations. Prior to joining FRM in 2008, Maria worked for Northern Trust Hedge Fund Services in Dublin running the Fund of Hedge Fund Accounting Team and also held operational roles at Unigestion SA and Thames River Capital (UK) Limited, both hedge fund managers based in London.

Maria received first class honours for a BSc in Physical Sciences from the Open University in June 2017. Meeting ID: 694 319 869  Password: 013524

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