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Join our Boutique Asset Manager Conference

Moneyweb and IRESS South Africa will discuss investment strategies, hedge funds, accessing global markets and other specialist opportunities.
There is an exciting new addition to the 2017 Money Expo, with the inaugural Moneyweb Boutique Asset Management conference taking place on July 28 2017 at the Sandton Conference Centre. 
 
According to research conducted by RMI, independent asset managers now account for 47% of the South African market. Asset allocators are increasingly looking for new investment ideas and the ability to outperform funds managed by banks and insurers. 
 
Moneyweb and our partners at IRESS South Africa, will be bringing together some of the top names in asset management to discuss investment strategies, hedge funds, accessing global markets and other specialist opportunities. 
 
With over 200 leading financial advisors and planners expected to attend, the event promises to bring together some of the brightest minds in finance.  
 
To register your attendance or to discuss commercial activations, please complete the form below and we’ll keep you informed as new speakers are announced. 
 
Financial planners / advisors attending the event will be entitled to claim CPD points with the Financial Planning Institute.
 
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