Hintze, Mobius And Morehead Headline Legends4Legends Event
Legends4Legends has announced its speaker line-up for its event to be held in Amsterdam on October 18th 2018. The speakers include:
- Sir Michael Hintze, Founder, CEO and Senior Investment Officer, CQS
- Mark Mobius, Founder and CEO, Mobius Capital Partners
- Dan Morehead, Founder, CEO and co-CIO, Pantera Capital
- Harold de Boer, Chief Architect, Transtrend
- Russell Clark, Portfolio Manager, Horseman
- Tony Davis, Founder and CEO, Inherent Group
Legends4Legends was founded in 2016 to create an industry charitable event providing the highest quality investment content and the opportunity for international investors and alternative investment fund managers to engage with each other.
Legends4Legends is organised by Alternatives4Children (A4C), an independent charitable foundation, and Theta Capital, one of the oldest hedge fund specialists in the Netherlands. The event helps to raise funds for projects involved in improving the living standards of children globally.
These projects are typically education, healthcare, clean water and housing. A4C focuses on projects which are sustainable, feature strong local community involvement, lead to self-sufficiency for those communities, are fully transparent, and are small-scale in order to ensure maximum added value.
Leda Braga, founder and CEO of Systematica, was a speaker last year and commented, "I liked the event's strong focus on high-quality investment content and that its goal was to raise money for charity. The approach was refreshing and unfussy and the venue was excellent."
Other speakers this year include Mohan Rajasooria, CIO of Zaaba Capital; Graham Neilson, Investment Director at Fulcrum Asset Management; Emmanuel Weyd, CIO of Eiffel Investment Group; Anne-Sophie d’Andlau, Deputy CEO of CIAM; Peter Leger, Head of Frontier Markets at Coronation Asset Management; Sumeet Nagar, Managing Director at Malabar and David Amaryan, CEO of Balchug Capital.
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