Alternative Investment Seminar for Insurance Companies and Pension Funds

This seminar will primarily focus on what the board of directors needs to take into account when investing in alternative investments.

27 January 2015, 8:45AM - 1:00PM, CET Hellerup , Denmark

Alternative investments are taking over a constantly growing proportion of the investment portfolio of insurance companies and pension funds. This seminar will primarily focus on what the board of directors needs to take into account when investing in alternative investments. The seminar will cover both, the company's own investments as well as investments on behalf of the client in non-guaranteed savings products.

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Agenda

Breakfast will be served from 08:00. After the event concludes, sandwiches will be available for the participants. 

Breakfast

  • Welcome
  • Director's responsibility in relation to policyholders, Jan Parner, Finanstilsynet
  • Investment and valuation process for alternative investments, Kim Harpøth Jespersen, KPMG
  • Law and taxes associated with alternative investments, Ria Falk, KPMG Acor Tax and Mogens Thorninger, Bruun & Hjelje 

Coffee Break

  • Effective risk management, Morten Sorensen, Eksport Kredit Fonden
  • Practical experience with alternative investments within pension funds, Torben Möger Pedersen, PensionDanmark 
  • Wrap up 

Sandwich & Networking

Guide

Date and Location

  • Tuesday, January 27, 2015
    08:45 - 13:00
  • KPMG ACOR Tax
    Tuborg Havnevej 18
    2900 Hellerup

Target Groups
CEOs, CIOs and Board Members of insurance companies and pension funds.

Registration

Please register by January 20, 2015.DEN-FM-FS-insurance@kpmg.com

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