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  2. 2. “I feel privileged for the opportunity to be useful in amongst fresh burgeoning talent encouraged by World Heart Beat’s commitment to a great and evolving vision.” Julian Joseph “It’s all about gangs these days. You can see the difference between those that do music and those that don’t. We have something to take our minds off things. Instead of going out on the streets and doing what they do, selling drugs and stuff, we have our instruments to practice. At World Heart Beat, we have music – we have somewhere to go. They have nothing to do and nowhere to go, so they just spend their time on the streets.” 51st State Band Member Overview 4 Vision 4 Mission 4 Objectives 4 Historic and projected growth 5 Raison d’etre 7 History and achievements 8 Genesis 8 Competitive advantage 9 Notable achievements 10 Transformational impact of music 12 Music as a tool for career preparation and employment 14 Music as a socio-economic force 15 Employment opportunities 15 Market overview of music teaching 16 Key factors of local demand 16 Types, scopes and levels of music teaching provision 16 Competitor analysis 17 World Heart Beat’s market position 18 Teaching delivery 19 Our unique pedagogic approach 19 Our rich diversity 20 Individual and group lessons 20 Ground-breaking teaching projects 21 Learning performance skills 21 Broadcasting and recording skills 22 Levels embraced 22 Outstanding examination success in many instruments and genres 23 Our people 24 A special breed 24 Categories of people engaged 24 Inspirational leaders 25 Teachers from top musical echelons 26 Specialist advisors and volunteers 28 Hosting interns 28 Modus operandi 29 Legal entity 29 Organisation 29 Board of trustees 30 Day-to-day management 30 Programme delivery 30 Fundraising 31 Marketing 32 Reputation 33 Strategic plan 34 SWOT analysis 35 Organic growth for risk-free expansion 36 Talent acquisition 38 Good housekeeping 39 Location and relocation 39 A cultural icon for Wandsworth 40 Routes to new premises 41 Financial projections 42 Appendix ?? Contents WORLD HEART BEAT MUSIC ACADEMY 1312 WORLD HEART BEAT MUSIC ACADEMY Every child is born with an innate connection to music which begins with that most essential rhythm of life, the heart beat. Music is a potential source of joy, vitality, and purpose through childhood years and into adulthood. It can develop into a language that expresses the value of each individual, and it bridges cultural and social divides. Learning music and playing it with others enables young people to feel that they are part of something that nobody can take away from them. This confi- dence translates to other areas of their lives, giving them the freedom to make choices and to be happy and successful adults. It improves wellbeing and brings relief of stress. Research shows that music has the power to do extraordinary things, ranging from the movements of a baby in the womb, to improvements in emotional Wherever we sit in the age spectrum, we can all receive World Heart Beat’s own audit of a sample of some young people who played music and of some who did not showed that children who were exposed to music Music learning can transform lives and frequently does, as is witnessed by the words of World Heart Beat students. Transformational impact of music “If it wasn’t for playing music, I wouldn’t be alive. I used to carry a knife a few years ago, but music changed all that. Playing an instrument is my protection now – I just don’t need any knives or weapons on me.” “You can see the difference between those who have music and those who don’t. We have some- where to go, something to aim for – we have music.” “Without music I would be nothing – I just wouldn’t be happy. At primary school I felt distant and in year 8 I started self-harming. Music is now a really big part of my life – I can’t imagine my life without it.” “If I didn’t pick up the flute, or I didn’t have music in my life, I wouldn’t have anything to focus on, I would just be unhappy. I would be influenced by bad things, I would have no motivation, and I would have nothing really – nothing.” 6 WORLD HEART BEAT MUSIC ACADEMY 2015-2025 projections £100,000 £120,000 £140,000 £160,000 £180,000 £200,000 2024-2025 2023-2024 2022-2023 2021-2022 2019-2020 2018-2019 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016 Funding from trusts and foundations 0 £100,000 £200,000 £300,000 £400,000 £500,000 £600,000 2024-2025 2023-2024 2022-2023 2021-2022 2020-2021 2019-2020 2018-2019 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016 Total movement of funds to capital fund Funding from social enterprises 0 £100,000 £200,000 £300,000 £400,000 £500,000 2024-2025 2023-2024 2022-2023 2021-2022 2020-2021 2019-2020 2018-2019 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016 Core costs: salaries & direct teaching costs 0 £100,000 £200,000 £300,000 £400,000 £500,000 £600,000 £700,000 2024-2025 2023-2024 2022-2023 2021-2022 2020-2021 2019-2020 2018-2019 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016 ? Staff requirement Full time Part time Teaching musical staff 2015-2016 3 3 35 2016-2017 4 4 35 2017-2018 5 4 36 2018-2019 6 4 36 2019-2020 7 5 36 2020-2021 7 5 38 2021-2022 8 4 40 2022-2023 8 4 40 2023-2024 9 5 40 2024-2025 9 6 40 Development plan of afresh, modern social enterprise Business proposal designed for World Heart Beat Music Academy World Heart Beat . . . 2000 51st State Band formed, starting in a living room with six children 2002 51st State Band gives third performance at Putney Arts Theatre with 82 children playing 2009 51st State Band reaches 112 children and performs at Royal Festival hall with renowned saxophonist Patrick Clahar World Heart Beat Music Academy is incorporated as a company 2012 World Heart Beat Music Academy opens its doors to students in a beautifully converted disused warehouse in Southfields Asian School starts, headed by Alok Verma Reggae School is formed. Levi Roots performs with our students Platinum recording artist Daisy Chute leads our Vocal Programme 18 piano students, some as young as five, perform at our first Piano Party Our musicians perform as part of the Cultural Olympics Students perform at a Summer Gala at Kensington Palace in front of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent The 606 Club dedicate an evening on its premises to a charity performance by our jazz students In an exchange programme created with the Brazilian Ministry of Culture, our students perform Brazilian music at Speakers House, Palace of Westminster, courtesy of the Rt Hon John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons At the Brazilian Embassy in London, our students stage a concert led by leading Brazilian musicians Our students perform at Wandsworth’s prestigious Riverside Quarter courtesy of Maestro Arts Julian Joseph engages our students to provide live music for the Cicada Road Street Party London Communities Foundation chooses our students to perform at their major reception held at Wimbledon’s All England Lawn Tennis Club We hold a Piano Party in aid of the Liberia Charity Project Gypsy Violin becomes one of our core programmes, led by sixth generation Hungarian musician, Laci Olah World Heart Beat Music Hour secures the highest ratings of any programme in Wandsworth Radio’s first year of broadcasting Our students perform at the official opening of Battersea Art Station exhibition, organised by Battersea Power Station Development Co. We stage Argentinian patera music workshops in four schools achieving outreach to over 5,100 in the London community We teach over 10,800 student hours  Global Giving makes us a partner as a result of our fund-raising success Arctic Monkey’s label, Domino Recording Co, sponsor our Stardust Choir Two of our students gain places at the Royal Academy of Music, one securing an exclusive scholarship Two students achieve Trinity College London diplomas, one (aged 16) earning a distinction One of our students stars in a West End Burt Bacharach musical, Close to You Our Gucci Scholarship students play at the Open Colonna in Rome with Oscar winner Nicola Piovanni Students of our Asian School pass grade 2 tabla exams Putney Arts Theatre sells out yet again for 51st State Band in Concert Our Jazz Funk Concert creates a unique vibe at World Heart Beat Our top jazz students again blend with Joe Macari’s Ferraris for the annual Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce Property Group’s prestigious reception We perform at Kings Place in a charity fund raiser for victims of Hurricane Katrina We perform at the Wallace Collection for Manchester Square Partners 10th Anniversary The number of our core programmes reaches 18 Thanks to a grant from the Jack Petchey Foundation, we build our very own recording studio To advance our ability to train in radio presentation and production, we install our own studio suite We stage our Gucci Awards ceremony and a private concert for top Gucci executives 49 students take exams and achieve a 98.6% pass rate for all examinations from Grade 1 to 8, of which 91.4% receive a distinction or a merit Our average over 3 years is 99.3% success rate from 117 students who entered examinations. 50.4% are at grade 5 or above. Sahana Gero wins Action for Arts Special Award 2013 GRAMMY Recording Academy in Los Angeles partners Gucci Timepieces and Jewelry with a major scholarship programme for World Heart Beat Emeli Sande and Jo Wiley front launch of Gucci/GRAMMY programme where our students perform in front of the world’s press Directed by top jazz vocalist Cleveland Watkiss, our Stardust People Choir performs at Testbed 1. Julian Joseph, top jazz pianist and broadcaster – and our lead patron - writes a special piece for Stardust Choir’s performance 100% pass rate in Trinity College London examinations with 112 students entered. 93.5% gain a distinction or merit Film music composer Michael Csanyi- Willis heads music composition programmes Home of jazz, 606 Club hosts performances by our students GRAMMYS President Neil Portnow visits World Heart Beat Russian music legend Boris Grenbenshikov visits World Heat Beat Celtic Violin School opens with 12 children enrolled Our Jazz School formed led by top jazz professional Trevor Watkis Mobi Award winning saxophonist Tony Kofi joins our distinguished panel of teaching musicians Arts Council funding secured for Cascade, a unique programme in which our musicians first mentor 16 - 21 year-old students who then mentor our younger students. We blueprint a new style of exam syllabus in Asian music – 8 students pilot the programme Saxophonist Steve Williamson and jazz guitarist Tony Remy visit us Baroness Floella Benjamin supports a concert celebrating Martin Luther King 180 students study with us in 2013 2014 10 students perform at a special Gucci Timepieces and Jewelry concert at the Palazzo Corsini in Florence Julian Joseph jazz foundation classes begin World Heart Beat featured in national media Our social audit compares children who study music with those that don’t 50 and a Half State Band formed to increase performance opportunities for our younger students A tribute concert and arts event to Nelson Mandela staged in partnership with Wandsworth Museum – funds donated to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Our students play at the Roehampton University Life Routes Awards Ceremony as part of a partnership with the university Jazz legends Branford Marsalis and Lamont Dozier Jr visit us Partnership with Cato Music Management formed Little, Middle and High Schools of Music introduced to our organisational structure Student numbers increase by a further 25% over 2013 and revenues double from 2012 Excellence continued with 100% pass rate in Trinity College London examinations Joe Macari Performance Cars scholarship programme launched Eight of our students gain admission to top conservatoires and universities, two go to Cambridge University, one - with a rare scholarship – to the Royal College of Music. Other destinations are Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Royal Welsh College of Music, Birmingham Conservatoire, Bristol and Brighton Universities 2016 Our students perform at La Verdi Restaurant - Royal Albert Hall and at Emirates Stadium Wandsworth Economic Forum Our jazz students chosen over professional performers to play at London’s Century Club for top PR agency Cascade Communications’ 5th anniversary celebrations Steve Rubie, 606 Club owner, organises monthly soirees for our jazz students at Chelsea Theatre 606 Club again hosts a charity fund-raiser where our students perform with Julian Joseph’s trio Top musicians agency Maestro Arts holds private dinner function for influential World Heart Beat stakeholders Renowned pianist Leslie Howard holds a master class courtesy of Chinese property giant, Greenland Ram World Heart Beat’s songwriters aged 14+ compose and record their first track - ‘Have it all’ with world class songwriter Tammy Weis Our young songwriters aged 8-11 compose and record their first track ‘Champions of the World’ Skinners Hall hosts performance by our woodwind players for the Livery Company of Fan makers Our young flautists invited back to Kensington Palace to perform for their summer gala 51st State Band play their 17th annual concert at Putney Arts Theatre Brazilian artists return to perform with World Heart Beat’s young students 18 students pass their Bronze and Gold Arts Awards 10 students perform in Geneva for Gucci Timepieces and Jewelry Contemporary record label Erased Tapes sponsor our Piano Day and donate us a piano Early Years Learning programme launched in partnership with Roehampton University - World Heart Beat now caters for age 0 upwards Early Learning programme branched to two satellite centres Roehampton and Battersea, providing free music tuition to infants World Heart Beat takes a major role in Future City’s Arts and Culture Strategy for Wandsworth World Heart Beat launches its Gospel Choir 2015 . . . notable achievements since 2000
  3. 3. Why attend the InvestHedge Forum Niki Natarajan editor, InvestHedge InvestHedge Forum & Awards 2013 | 24 & 25 September 2013 | British Museum | London www.investhedgeforum.com Institutional investors are helping themselves to hedge funds, and the way they are accessing them has changed. So too, have hedge funds that want money from these investors. In this rapidly changing world, does performance still matter or is it just about risk management and asset gathering? Under the overall theme of Capitalising on Convergence, the InvestHedge Forum will offer the ultimate self-help guide to hedge fund investing. The Forum will address the issues at the interface between hedge funds and their investors by selecting keynotes and panellists from the hedge fund, fund of funds and institutional investor communities who generously share their ideas and experience, providing a forum for curiosity, education and discovery. It will also focus on the increasing convergence between funds of hedge funds and the consulting community; the convergence between traditional long-only and alternative investing; and the rise of the retail hedge fund investor. Themed around self-help titles, the Forum will continue to bring a fresh take on classic strategies such as credit, CTAs and the new landscape for FoHFs as well as exploring the rise of seeding, incubation and emerging managers as a source of additional returns in a more risk-conscious environment. The InvestHedge Awards is being held in conjunction with the InvestHedge Forum. The Awards will recognise risk-adjusted performance that for the majority of categories will be calculated over a five-year period, as well as rewarding long-term excellence in the FoHF world over 10 and 20 years. If you would like to attend the Awards, please call Ian Sanderson on T: +44 (0) 20 7779 7354 to book your table. As in previous years, the Forum attracts over 400 delegates from the hedge fund and investor communities. Demand is expected to be high and delegates are encouraged to book early. If you would like to register, please complete the booking form at the back of this brochure. I look forward to seeing you in London in September. Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum Private viewing: 24 September 18.30 – 20.00 AD 79. In just 24 hours, two cities in southern Italy were buried by a catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Preserved under ash, the cities lay buried for just over 1,600 years, their rediscovery pro- viding an unparalleled glimpse into the daily life of the Roman Empire. From the bustling street to the intimate spaces of a Roman home, this major exhibition will take you to the heart of people’s lives in Pompeii and Herculaneum. Exclusive private viewings at the British Museum The Enlightenment Gallery Private viewing: 24 September 18.30 – 20.00 The Enlightenment was an age of reason and learning that flourished across Europe and America from about 1680 to 1820. This rich and diverse permanent exhibition uses thousands of objects to demonstrate how people in Britain understood their world during this period. It is housed in the King’s Library, the former home of the library of King George III. It was opened in 2003 to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the British Museum. Programme 09.30 10.10 10.15 11.00 11.45 12.15 13.00 Doors open, registration and breakfast InvestHedge welcome: Niki Natarajan, editor, InvestHedge The alchemist: Which base currency assets are turning noble? In a world where regional instability can become an asset or a liability, where are the golden opportunities for returns? Which currencies are returning to favour; is gold still a safe haven; and are there likely to be any more explosions in Europe? Is credit the next accident or still a driver for returns? With the melting pot that is the investor’s multi-asset portfolio, what are the global macro opportunities in the coming year? Speakers: Arié Assayag, chief executive officer, Union Bancaire Privée Alternative Investments; Betsy Battle, chief investment officer, Lone Peak Partners; Neil Meadows, managing director and founding principal, Laurentia Funds; David Smith, chief investment director, GAM The consultant is just not that into you: How FoHFs are adapting to stay in business Fund of funds were always going to lose market share once hedge fund investors learned the manager selection trade. A decade later, this prophecy is coming true, accelerated by the consultants turning into asset allocators. This panel will look at what strategies are being adopted to use the skills, such as manager selection, due diligence and portfolio construction that FoHFs have in this new customer-led, solutions-driven environment, as well as the strategies they have adopted to show pension funds what they are missing out on in terms of real performance and expertise. Speakers: Penny Aitken, investment manager, FQS; Kevin Gundle, chief executive officer, Aurum Fund Management; Joseph McCarthy, managing director, Islandbridge Capital; Gideon Nieuwoudt, managing director, Silver Creek Capital Management; Antonia O’Connor, senior investment manager, Aberdeen Asset Management Coffee break Stream 1: The power of new: Seeding and incubation stage investing For investors looking for spicier returns, a slice of the business or lower fees in a founder’s share class could provide a new alternative. The emerging manager space is redefining the traditional hedge fund model. Where does the new generation of talent come from? Who takes the risks with the nascent talent? Are all the spin-outs from investment banks worth backing? How should these managers be supported and what type of owner-ship or trading environment stake will motivate them to perform? Speakers include: Lisa Fridman, head of European research, PAAMCO; Michele Gesualdi, partner and fund manager, Kairos Partners; Bill Michaelcheck, founder and chief investment officer, Mariner Investment Group; Philippe Paquet, deputy chief executive officer, NewAlpha Asset Management Stream 2: The art of due diligence: A handbook for investing safely Should investors invest in hedge funds directly? What is lost when they dispense with the services of their FoHF? Some investors believe that buying low volatility means due diligence is less important. Have investors really understood the importance of due diligence? It is one of the primary costs that funds of hedge funds incur in the extra layers of fees that they charge, but is cutting down on the depth of due diligence really a good risk/reward decision? Are Ferraris really a potential red flag, what are other tell- tale signs of an impending fraud? This panel will discuss what good due diligence looks like and the corners that cannot be cut. Speakers include: Alison Clark, head of hedge fund research, Hymans Robertson; Neil Dolby, head of alternative operations, Aberdeen Asset Management; Andrew McCaffery, global head of hedge funds, Aberdeen Asset Management Stream 1: Tipping point: how low can fees go before service is compromised? Fees have become the battle ground between consultants and fund of funds. As Chris Hohn famously said at The EuroHedge Summit in Paris, hedge fund managers these days are “asset gatherers, a fee in search of a strategy”. Consultants believe they are giving investors better value by cutting out the middle man – the funds of funds – and helping them allocate directly for a low fee. To fight back some funds of funds are offering a similar advisory service that they say is better due to their proven track record and low to no fees. At what point will this sabotage the FoHF business model? And for such a low fee, who has liability and who has responsibility for firing a ‘bad’ manager? Are either of these routes serving the client’s best interest? Speakers include: Gordon Barnes, manager, business risk management, Cambridge Associates; Jaume Sabater, vice president and portfolio manager, Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild; Jay Youngdahl, senior fellow, initiative for responsible investment, Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Harvard University Stream 2: Topic to be announced Day One: Tuesday 24 September © Trustees of the British Museum A view over Pompeii. © Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei Lead sponsor Co-sponsors Endorser FORUM & AWARDS 2013 Register now call +44 (0) 20 7779 7222www.investhedgeforum.comwww.investhedgeawards.com • See inside for latest programme and nominations. • Network with more than 400 investors, managers and funds of funds at the InvestHedge Forum. • Hear from top managers and investors discussing the issues at the interface between hedge funds and their investors. • Celebrate top performing funds of hedge funds at the InvestHedge Awards. • End investors register for free. Ian Prideaux, The Grosvenor Estate Davina MacKail, author andalternative brand expert Jay Youngdahl, Hauser Centerfor Nonprofit Organizations,Harvard University InvestHedge has united the Forum and Awards to create a unique global hedge fund investor experience in London’sBritish Museum Capitalising on Convergence 24 & 25 SEPTEMBER 2013 | BRITISH MUSEUM | LONDON Book online at www.investhedgeforum.com or call +44 (0) 20 7779 7222 Brochure for the InvestHedge Forum and Awards designed for Hedge Fund Intelligence InvestHedge Forum & Awards 2013 | 24 & 25 September 2013 | British Museum | London www.investhedgeawards.com The InvestHedge Awards celebrate the best risk-adjusted performance of funds of hedge funds globally, at the British Museum in September. The Awards will be held in conjunction with the InvestHedge Forum, making a single must-attend event for hedge funds and the investor community. Contact Ian Sanderson to reserve your table: E: isanderson@hedgefundintelligence.com T: +44 (0) 20 7779 7354 Please note: a ticket to the InvestHedge Forum does not include entry to the InvestHedge Awards Updated Nominations* Arbitrage • 5 Years Aberdeen Orbita Capital Return Strategy Archstone Absolute Return Strategies Fund Bodleian Partners A Edmond de Rothschild Prifund Alpha Uncorrelated NB Offshore Diversified Arbitrage Fund II Pine Grove Partners SSARIS Multi-Manager Relative Value Strategy William Blair Green Terrain Fund Event Driven & Distressed • 5 Years Antarctica Credit and Distressed Fund Avenue Strategic Partners Fixed Income & Credit • 5 Years GHF Sicav Fixed Income Lighthouse Credit Opportunities Fund Permal Fixed Income Holdings Signet Global Fixed Income Fund Commodities & Natural Resources • 5 Years Aurelian Global Resources Pinnacle Natural Resources Global Macro & Managed Futures • 5 Years GAM Trading II GHF Sicav Global Macro A Morgan Stanley AIP Global Macro Fund Optima Discretionary Macro Fund Permal Macro Holdings Trading Capital Holdings Small/Emerging Manager Specialists • 5 Years Alternative Investments Institutional Corbin Kingsbridge Partners Discovery Capital Holdings Larch Lane Absolute Return I Prima Capital Fund Protégé Partners Fund Sire Partners Asian & Emerging Markets • 5 Years Nippon Selection Holdings Penjing Asia Market Independent Fund Persistent Edge Asia Partners Master Fund Persistent Edge China Partners SAIL Asia Pacific Managers Fund European Strategies • 5 Years European Capital Holdings European Selection Holdings MirAlt Sicav Europe I Permal European Holdings Global Equity • 5 Years ABS Offshore SPC Global Segregated Portfolio Cerrado Fund Hedge Invest Global Fund Lighthouse Global Long/Short Fund LODH Multiadvisers - Global Equity Long Short Fund Optima Partners Focus Fund Private Advisors Hedged Equity US Strategies • 5 Years American Selection Holdings AP Opportunities Fund Leveraged Capital Holdings Lyrical Multi-Manager Fund Magnitude US Partners New Providence Associates Voyager Partners William Blair Blue Terrain Fund GMS $100m-$500m • 5 Years BCM Discovery Fund Culross Global Fund Double Eagle Capital Ace Fund Morgan Stanley Opportunistic Fund PCAM Blue Chip Permal Investment Partners Pluscios Diversified Core Saguenay Offshore Fund The Hedged Strategies GMS $500-$1bn • 5 Years Archstone Partners Aurora Global Opportunities Cube Global Multi-Strategy Fund DGAM Unique Strategies Fund Global Managers Selection Fund James River Multi-Strategy Fund Magnitude Institutional Morgan Stanley Institutional Fund of Hedge Funds SAIL Topaz Fund SkyBridge Legion Strategies GMS >$1bn • 5 Years Aurum Isis Fund Benchmark Plus Institutional Partners Real Alpha - Low Vol series Corbin Pinehurst Partners DGAM Diversified Strategies Fund EnTrust Capital Diversified Fund Ignis Systematic Strategies Fund Magnitude International Prisma Spectrum Fund Private Advisors Stable Value Fund SkyBridge Multi-Adviser Hedge Fund Portfolios SSARIS Multi-Manager Absolute Return Strategy 10 Year Award $500m-$1bn Alternative Investments Institutional Archstone Partners Aurora Global Opportunities Edmond de Rothschild Prifund Alpha Uncorrelated James River Multi-Strategy Fund Pictet Mosaic Persistent Edge Asia Partners Master Fund SAIL Topaz Fund SkyBridge Legion Strategies Trading Capital Holdings 10 Year Award $1bn Aberdeen Orbita Capital Return Strategy ABS Offshore SPC Global Segregated Portfolio Archstone Offshore Fund Aurum Isis Fund Corbin Pinehurst Partners GAM Trading II Magnitude International Permal Fixed Income Holdings Private Advisors Stable Value Fund Protégé Partners Fund SkyBridge Multi-Adviser Hedge Fund Portfolios SSARIS Multi-Manager Absolute Return Strategy 20 Year Award >$500m Archstone Partners Aurora Limited Partnership Blue Rock Capital Fund GAM Diversity Haussmann Holdings Leveraged Capital Holdings Optima Fund Permal Macro Holdings 20 Year Award Smaller Manager Specialists ($100m-$500m) Larch Lane Absolute Return I Prima Capital Fund Sire Partners Institutional FoHF • 5 Years To be announced online Group of the Year • 5 Years Global Selection Advisors Magnitude Capital Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners Permal Asset Management Private Advisors The Archstone Partnerships The Capital Holdings Funds Absolute FoHF • 5 Years The nominees will be announced during the Awards. Speakers Jay Youngdahl, a partner in Youngdahl & Citti, P.C. Jay is a fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, a Network Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University, and a senior fellow at the Initiative for Responsible Investment in the Hauser Institute for Civil Society at Harvard University. Ian Prideaux, chief investment officer at The Grosvenor Estate. Ian manages the non-property investment portfolio including long equity and bond portfolios, hedge fund and private equity investments. He is responsible for asset allocation and manager selection, and for managing the relationships with external investment advisers. He also manages the charitable investment portfolio for the Westminster Foundation. Davina MacKail, author and alternative brand expert. Davina will give us a rare insight into the power and purpose of the logo in her keynote speech: The Logo Decoded. As the hedge fund world starts to look towards the retail market for new investors, the power of branding and logos will become ever more evident. Will it be the hedge fund with the great product or the retail label with a great brand? Keynote speakers Penny Aitken, investment manager, FQS Arié Assayag, chief executive officer,er, Union Bancaire Privée Alternative Investmentse Investment Gordon Barnes, manager, business risk managemement,sk man Cambridge Associates Michael Barnes, founding partner, Tricadia Credit Strategies Betsy Battle, chief investment officer, Lone Peak Partners Luke Dixon, senior investment manager-hedge funds,hedge funds, Universities Superannuation Scheme Neil Dolby, head of alternative operations, Aberdeen Asset Management Kevin Gundle, chief executive officer, Aurum Fund Management Johannes T. Jasper, portfolio manager - hedge funds andand commodities, Bayerische Versorgungskammer Rob Koyfman, senior strategist, Lyxor Asset Management David Kuenzi, partner, managing director, risk management and quantitative research, Aurora Investment Management Jonathan Little, founder, Northill Capital Damian Loveday, global head of hedge fund research, Towers Watson Roxanne Martino, chief executive officer and portfolio manager, Aurora Investment Management Pierre-Olivier Masmejean, portfolio manager,ger,ierr ooliortfoorpoaneaejemejmesm namavierivie Omega Asset ManagementOme ntntnanaAss Neil Meadows, managing director and founding principal,prinNei d fndi ndunm, ng pad Laurentia FundsLau ddiatiaa Andrew McCaffery, global head of hedge funds,And ndnMcMc Aberdeen Asset Managementber n As Joseph McCarthy, managing director,seppeph Car Islandbridge Capital Limitedndb dCCa Bill Michaelcheck, founder and chief investment officer,chaaelB i ntt o cer,kk ffo riner Investment GroupvesnvMariner Inve t GGr Gideon Nieuwoudt, managing director,oud ,deon Silver Creek Capital Managementl Mitaver Cree Antonia O’Connor, senior investment manager,esor inva O’ConnAn berdeen Asset ManagementntAsset MaAb Donald Pepper, managing director of Alternatives,managingDonald P Old Mutuald Mutu Isabelle Perrault, managing director, co-head of business development,tor co-head of busierrault, managing director, co-head of business development,I Aurora Investment Managementvestment ManageA Gideon Nieuwoudt, managing directort, managing directorGideon Nie ,, Silver Creek Capital ManagemenagementSilver Cree Alexandre Pini, vice president and portfolio manager,Alexandre Pini, vice presiden Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschildanque Privée Edmond de Rothschild Jaume Sabater, vice president and portfolio managter, vice president and pnd portfolio manager, Banque Privée Edmond de RothscEdmond de Rothothschild Scott Schweighauser, president and portfolio manager,d por Aurora Investment Management David Smith, chief investment officer, GAM Mike Weston, chief investment officer, DMGT Pensions & Benefits Panellists include *These categories are provisional and may be subject to change Payment Details Payment must be received before the event in order to secure your place. 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  6. 6. InvestHedge Awards 2015 programme menu wines Soft Boiled Hens Egg and Smoked Bacon with asparagus, shaved vegetables and tarragon mayonnaise Roasted Lamb Rump with summer garlic, pea and bacon ragout, confit potatoes and heritage carrots Classic Burnt Cream with English berry compote, lavender shortbread and hazelnut brittle contains nuts Freshly brewed coffee and tea If you have any allergies please check with your server Raymond Morin Sauvignole Sauvignon Blanc 2014 Raymond Morin Saumur Champigny 2014 Sponsored by InvestHedge Hall of Fame honours industry pioneers The InvestHedge Hall of Fame has been established to recognise the innovation, entrepreneurship and investment acumen of experienced allocators to hedge funds – and the contribution that individuals have made to the development of the hedge fund investment industry over the years. Within this elite group, entrepreneurship and the confidence in backing tomorrow’s hedge fund talent are musts. They have also displayed a willingness to adapt investment products and business models to meet investors’ evolving needs. It is all part of a managerial focus that is uniquely coupled with a set of long-term views and principles that are able to withstand market crisis and uncertainty. The inaugural InvestHedge Hall of Fame inductees (in alphabetical order) for 2015 are: Jane Buchan is managing director, chief executive officer and a co-founder of California-based PAAMCO, which was founded in 2000 when the institutional investor demand for hedge funds was in its infancy. She is responsible for overall business strategy and firm direction, and is a member of the Investment Oversight Committee. Buchan began her career at JP Morgan Investment Management in the Capital Markets Group. Entering the fund of hedge fund business at a unique time in the hedge fund industry’s evolution 15 years ago, Buchan’s firm was able to secure the backing of several major pension fund investors. This institutional interest meant that PAAMCO established an early focus on fees, transparency, liquidity and control of assets that has helped the firm weather many market cycles. Today the firm has grown to $16.53 billion in assets under management and ranks among the top 10 firms in the InvestHedge Billion Dollar Club. “We’ve added value by doing things institutional investors do every day on the traditional side of their portfolios,” says Buchan. “These are simple and basic things but they usually weren’t done in hedge fund investing.” Buchan boils down the fund of funds business to basic investment principles. “Fund of hedge funds management is about facts, data and structures,” she says. Jane Buchan PAAMCO (Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company) Hall of Fame J. Tomilson (‘Tom’) Hill is vice chairman of New York-based Blackstone Group and president and chief executive officer of Blackstone Alternative Asset Management, the group’s hedge fund solutions business. Assets under management for the world’s largest fund of hedge funds business hit a record $67.8 billion this year, thanks in part to growth in customised strategies and continued diversification of BAAM’s platform. Hill is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities of the group, including investment management, client relationships, marketing, operations and administration. Originally making a name for himself in the leveraged buyout boom in the 1980s, Hill worked at Lehman for a period with Peter Peterson and Stephen Schwarzman before they left to form Blackstone in 1985. Hill took over the fund of hedge fund business at Blackstone in 2000, and originally the firm was set up as an internal investment vehicle for Blackstone’s partners. Over time the business began accepting assets from clients of Blackstone’s other business lines. Hill has become a key figure in the hedge fund industry as Blackstone’s assets from 2007 to 2012 grew at an average rate of 20% per year. Hill has built a business known for its seeding initiatives, institutional branding, asset raising prowess and now mutual fund aims. US mutual fund giant Columbia Management teamed up with Blackstone to launch the Columbia Adaptive Alternatives Fund, following the formation of a strategic collaboration between the firms in the last quarter of 2014. This followed the launch of the Blackstone Alternative Multi-Manager Fund. Luke Ellis is president of Man Group, based in London, and a member of the Man Group Executive Committee. As president of Man Group, Ellis is responsible for overseeing the firm’s four investment engines: Man AHL, Man GLG, Man Numeric and Man FRM. Prior to assuming his current role, Ellis was head and chief investment officer of Man Group’s multi-manager business. Before joining Man Group in 2010, he was non- executive chairman of GLG’s Multi-Manager activities and manager of the GLG Multi-Strategy Fund from April 2009. Prior to this, he was managing director of FRM from 1998 and was one of two partners running the business. Over the years, Ellis has found that “nothing beats experience.” With more than $11 billion in assets under management, Ellis has built up Man FRM’s multi-manager process with a disciplined skillset gleaned from first-hand experience. “It’s important for analysts to meet with dozens of managers regularly. It’s hard to form a valuable opinion until you have met with around 100 managers,” says Ellis of the investment process. The end game for him as a fund of funds manager is creating a set of diversified alphas that benefit clients. And as is the case with a number of our other Hall of Famers, managed accounts are key in successful portfolio construction. When he was initially at FRM in the early 2000s, he recalls thinking that managed accounts were a waste of time. After arriving at Man Group, however, Ellis says he realised the value that could be created by managed accounts and has now come full circle in winning over his colleagues at FRM, which was acquired by Man Group in 2012. Luke Ellis Man FRM J. Tomilson Hill Blackstone Alternative Asset Management Programme for the InvestHedge Awards dinner designed for Hedge Fund Intelligence
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  8. 8. gThe only publication that focuses on investors in hedge funds Volume 7 Issue 4 February 2008 Largest funds of funds hit $1 trillion Industry Analysis 18 InvestHedge RHM plans 17.5% allocation to absolute returns Jonathan Clarke talks about the pension scheme’s innovative ideas Institutional Profile 12 Nominations unveiled for 6th annual Fund of Funds Awards Preparations continue for black tie gala dinner InvestHedge Awards 2007 32 Protégé seeds tomorrow’s stars Tarrant and Seides plan new ventures Fund Profile 23 A HedgeFund Intelligence publication gThe only publication that focuses on investors in hedge funds Volume 7 Issue 8 June 2008 Thames River swells to $2.5bn Warrior Fund on the march Fund Profile 23 InvestHedge Investors stash cash during market unease Deutsche Bank survey Industry Analysis 18 Commodity, energy and natural resources binge Ermitage, BlackSquare and RBS lead the charge Fund News 28 Illinois Teachers reinvents the portfolio Bauman discusses the challenges Institutional Profile 12 A HedgeFund Intelligence publication gThe only publication that focuses on investors in hedge funds Volume 7 Issue 9 July/August 2008 The alchemy of technology and risk management Who is using what and why Industry Analysis 18 InvestHedge Caisse carefully invests Canada’s nest egg Quebec fund embraces hedge funds Institutional Profile 12 InvestHedge Forum Harnessing the power of hedge funds Conference Programme 26 Pioneer mixes performance with passion Barbieri explains the method Fund Profile 23 A HedgeFund Intelligence publication gThe only publication that focuses on investors in hedge funds Volume 7 Issue 7 May 2008 Funds flourish at foundations Alternatives grow at top 50 Industry Analysis 18 InvestHedge Storebrand seeks socially responsible returns Norway’s hedge fund giant Institutional Profile 12 Coors Brewing set for one of UK’s largest allocations Staffordshire-based pension fund readies $330m mandate Institutional News 11 Lyxor builds global brand Seyer talks about active approach Fund Profile 23 A HedgeFund Intelligence publication Front covers for InvestHedge magazine designed for Hedge Fund Intelligence
  9. 9. InvestHedge magazine layout, sub-editing, writing headlines and standfirsts and commissioning illustrators 26 April 2008 ©InvestHedge Fund News Gems has launched a leveraged version of the Gems Recovery Portfolio, which won Fund of the Year at the recent InvestHedge Awards.The Gems Recovery Enhanced Portfolio will have exposure of 200% to the underlying Gems Recovery Portfolio, which was 35.97% in 2007.The fund invests in a broad range of strategies including distressed, post distressed situations, spin-offs, restructurings and other credit related strategies.The portfolio emphasises managers that have a deep fundamental value orientation and know how to profit from the restructuring process.The largest allocation of 29.6% is in distressed hedge, while 27.87% is in credit strategies. 18.71% of the December allocation was to distressed long biased managers, while a further 14.88% is to deep-value hedge funds. Gems unveils levered award-winning fund Aletti Gestielle gets a boost as UBP links Union Bancaire Privée (UBP), the second-largest fund of funds group in the world, has teamed up with Banco Popolare in Italy to create a 50/50 partnership in the alternative asset management industry. To do this, UBP, which has more than $53 billion in funds of hedge funds, has invested in Aletti Gestielle Alternative, a $5.7 billion leading fund of hedge funds in Italy. UBP will purchase from Banco Popolare 50% of the total outstanding ordinary shares of Aletti Gestielle. In the context of this investment, UBP and Aletti Gestielle will enter into a long-term advisory agreement. UBP has been sub-advisor to Aletti’s fund of funds business for a while. The partnership between Banco Popolare and UBP, which is subject to any relevant regulatory approval, will create the leading fully fledged alternative asset manager in Italy, through the combination of Aletti Gestielle’s strengths in the private banking and retail business and UBP’s strengths in the private banking and institutional business. The move is well timed as there have been a number of important changes in the regulations in Italy that are likely to change the face of the hedge fund landscape (see InvestHedge Special Report, March 2008). The partnership would allow the two partners to strengthen Aletti Gestielle’s competitive positioning and growth options in the fast- growing Italian market, by developing its business, both institutional and private, as well as developing Banco Popolare’s high- net-worth customer base in the Italian market. In particular, as a global leading asset manager for private and institutional clients and as a partner to Aletti Gestielle, UBP will leverage its track record and past success in managing large institutional accounts to grow Aletti Gestielle’s institutional Caliburn Capital Partners is set to open a Singapore office, while it is thought Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management in Paris is looking to open up in Hong Kong, as too is FourWinds Capital Management, the global natural resources firm. FourWinds has hired J.K. Lim as head of the Asia environment team. Opening Asian offices is the theme for 2008 with ABS Investment Management, Ivy Asset Management and ING Investment Management all also favouring Hong Kong over Singapore this year. That said, among the funds that selected Singapore, a very well established private banking haven, for their base are Gems, Optimal, Permal and Lehman. Caliburn’s plan is to relocate Richard Williams from London and Mike Curry, who will head the new office, from Geneva. Curry, one of the firm’s new partners, is the investment manager for the Caliburn Greater China Fund. This fund was nominated for New Fund of theYear at the recent InvestHedge Awards for its returns of 34.97% in 2007 and a Sharpe ratio of 2.36. Tony Morrongiello, one of the firm’s co-founders and formerly of Bank Syz’s funds of fund business in Geneva, said that in addition to Williams and Curry the office will have an office manager and in due course a couple of local analysts. By the end of the year, Morrongiello expects to have six people in the new office. At the start it will be a research officer, potentially expanding into sales in the future. Overall the firm, which has more than $1 billion in assets under management, has some 40 staff, including two London-based Mandarin speakers. Caliburn sets up shop in Singapore Tony Morrongiello 36 July/August 2008 ©InvestHedge Catching up on the latest people moves Schulman retires from Tremont Tremont Capital Management is now set for a new phase marked by the retirement of Robert Schulman, chairman of Tremont Group Holdings. Schulman was the last remaining face of the Tremont old guard that was an early pioneer of fund of hedge funds investment management. Schulman joined Tremont in 1994 as president and chief executive officer and in 2001 was behind the acquisition by Oppenheimer Funds. Schulman’s retirement concludes a succession plan initiated in 2006 that saw Rupert Allan, formerly managing director of Tremont’s London office, appointed as president and, ultimately, as Tremont president and CEO, directing the firm’s operations from its Rye, New York headquarters. Most recently, Schulman was responsible for directing Tremont’s single-manager products group, Rye Investment Management, which will now be managed by Jim Mitchell, who returns to Tremont’s headquarters after four years in the London office, which he led for two years, having succeeded Allan in that role. At the same time, the $9.3 billion fund of funds has added James Purnell as head of risk management, replacing Nathan Carter, who left his post as director of risk to join Common Sense Investment Management in Portland, Oregon. Purnell was a director in the alternative investments structuring group at Dresdner Kleinwort. Andrew Kaneb has joined from Lighthouse Partners to lead global-equity manager research, a new position. Tremont has also hired two sales staff from Citigroup, reporting to Bob Stone. People Moves Blacksquare Capital has appointed Richard Sherwin as director and portfolio manager. Prior to joining Blacksquare, Sherwin was at JPMorgan Private Bank, where he spent two years as head of fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange for Europe, Middle East and Africa. In this role, Sherwin was responsible for strategy, product origination, fund management and trading. Prior to that, Sherwin worked for Citigroup as a Japanese, European and US fixed-income specialist, with responsibility for marketing and execution of debt-related trading strategies with hedge funds based throughout the world. Sherwin began his career working for Japanese securities brokerages before joining Salomon Brothers as a fixed-income specialist in 1994. Christopher Peel, chief executive officer of Blacksquare Capital, said:“[Richard’s] expertise in global fixed income and strong contacts within the market complement the skills of the partners and will be instrumental in our strategy to continue building innovative, sector-specific multi-manager investment products.” Kapoor to head risk management at Ramius Ramius Fund of Funds Group, a joint venture between Ramius and Bayerische Hypo-und Vereinsbank, has hired Vikas Kapoor, a former managing director at Arden Asset Management, to head risk management as a managing director. Kapoor will also be a member of the investment management committee. At Arden, Kapoor was head of infrastructure and technology and his role there has been assumed by the chief operating officer Paul Ehrhardt and the technology team. Specifically, he focused on portfolio construction, risk management at both the portfolio and sub-manager levels and provided oversight for Arden’s technology/ infrastructure initiatives. Earlier in his career, Kapoor was managing director of Deutsche Bank’s Absolute Return Strategies Group where he also focused on risk infrastructure and technology for both the single manager and fund of funds business. Thomas Strauss, chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Ramius said: “Vikas has extensive risk management, infrastructure and technology experience and we look forward to leveraging his expertise.” Ermitage Group has hired John Rushen as executive director. He joined from BlackRock, where he was a managing director and product specialist, and will manage Ermitage’s European institutional business, with a particular focus on pension funds. Prior to BlackRock, Rushen was a European partner at William M. Mercer. Based in Ermitage’s London operation, Rushen reports directly to Ian Cadby, group chief executive, and will join Ermitage UK’s Board. In 2007, Ermitage unveiled its ‘OPTICS’ customised portfolio system, which was created to maximise the value of the firm’s hedge fund research, macroeconomic and risk analysis. Frank Barbarino, a CAIA designation holder, joined New England Pension Consultants in the firm’s alternative assets department where he will focus on hedge funds. With 11 years of investment experience, Barbarino has spent the majority of his career at Riverview Advisors as a senior hedge fund analyst. His responsibilities included hedge fund sourcing and due diligence across various strategies, risk management and building the firm’s investment process. Prior to Riverview, he also worked as a senior research analyst at Fix Asset Management, where he focused on due diligence on equity long/short hedge funds on a global basis as well as emerging markets and natural resource-oriented hedge funds. Rupert Allan Ermitage hires pension fund specialist Blacksquare hires Sherwin from JPMorgan NEPC brings in Barbarino Thomas Strauss Tapestry Global Arbitrage up 1.74% The Tapestry Global Arbitrage Fund, which is run by Thomas Strauss, James Neumann and Richard Fertig, returned a healthy 1.74% in January. The concentrated portfolio is currently made up of seven managers but the total can range from six to 15 in number. The $81 million fund, which was launched in January 1998, was up 11.52% for 2007, against a median arbitrage return of 6.93%. The Cayman Islands-based fund allocates to managers that focus on the fixed income arbitrage universe, which ranges from pure relative value to strategies that incorporate some directionality within a hedged framework As fixed-income volatility has increased sharply over the past eight months, the fund benefited from positioning in the ‘long liquidity’ trade which allowed managers to profit from the rally in government bonds in the US and Europe, steepening of yield curves globally, and continued fixed income and foreign exchange volatility. Aurum shines in multi-strategy In a month where global macro was the only strategy that was up, any fund of funds with a large slice of global macro was going to be a winner. One of the few funds in the InvestHedge universe that had positive returns was the Aurum Isis Fund, which returned 1.55% in January. The fund, which was launched in April 1998, has had a return of 143% since inception. More than two thirds of the underlying managers had positive returns and all but the 15.67% allocation to event driven, which was marginally negative, provided positive or flat returns. The latter came from the fund’s 9.47% allocation to credit managers, which were actually relatively successful in navigating the sharp declines in the US and European corporate credit markets and the continued lack of corporate and M&A activity in January. The Aurum Isis Fund, which has a 27.34% allocation to global macro, also benefited from returns from its 14.71% allocation to fixed income and 8.1% allocation to arbitrage. Among the successful underlying managers were those that managed to exploit the steepening yield curves in the US and the investor flight to government bonds. A record-breaking low for January indices The InvestHedge Composite was down a record-breaking 2.26% in January, the worst monthly return since the publication began in October 2001. All strategies except for global macro, which was up 2.24%, were down. The volatility, which was caused by deteriorating economic data, mixed corporate earnings results as well as potential downgrading of insurer ratings, saw equity-related strategies hit the hardest. Global equity funds of funds were down 4.54%, while European equity fell the furthest, down 4.72%. The emerging markets and Asia-Pacific funds of funds also took a hit and fell 4.39% and 4.44% respectively. US equity funds were down 3.48%. Fixed income and arbitrage funds of funds helped to dampen the fall, both down only by 0.99%, taking the InvestHedge Global Multi-Strategy Index to -2.21%. Global macro funds have traditionally made their money in times of heightened volatility and January was like a honey pot for volatility traders, futures and macro managers, particularly those trading commodities and energy. One of the most profitable positions was sub-prime credit default swaps. INVESTHEDGE INDICES 38 March 2008 ©InvestHedge Category Jan-08 YTD Global Multi Strategy US -2.21% -2.21% Arbitrage US -0.99% -0.99% Global Equity US -4.54% -4.54% US Equity -3.48% -3.48% European Equity Europe -4.72% -4.72% Emerging Markets Hedge -4.39% -4.39% Asia Pacific Funds of Funds -4.44% -4.44% Global-Macro-Currency 2.24% 2.24% Fixed Income -0.99% -0.99% InvestHedge Composite -2.26% -2.26% Focus Fund -50 0 50 100 150 200 Asia-Pacific Funds of Funds US$ Global-Macro-Currency US$ Emerging Markets US$ US Equity US$ Global Equity US$ Arbitrage US$ Global Multi-Strategy US$ InvestHedge Composite Jan-08 Jan-07 Jan-06 Jan-05 Jan-04 Jan-03 Jan-02 Jan-01 Jan-00 Jan-99 Jan-98 %
  10. 10. absolutereturn 34 APRIL2007•WWW.ABSOLUTERETURN.NET newfunds #A team of event-driven, multistrategy managers is preparing to offer to outside investors a lucrative strategy that it has been running for Paloma Partners. West Face Capital of Toronto has pro- duced a remarkable five-year annualized net return of 45% for Paloma. The strategy is understood to be one of Paloma’s longest- running and highest-performing. The firm’s new fund, which will be run identically to the Paloma account, is expect- ed to launch and close with $500 million as early as this month. West Face is headed by Gregory Boland, who has run money for Paloma since 1998 and was previously a partner in RBC Dominion Securities’ high-yield and arbi- trage group. His partners include Thomas Dea and Peter Fraser. Last year, West Face financed the restruc- turing of Stelco in partnership with Appaloosa Management and Tricap Partners. SW Ex-Palomateam spearheadsnew Jefferiesthrust #Jefferies Asset Manage- ment, the investment affiliate of the U.S. broker- dealer Jefferies & Co., has been quietly developing its alternative asset manage- ment platform – which has become one of the major strategic aims of the firm. Last year, Jefferies brought in Tom Witz to become chief investment offi- cerforthefirm’s asset manage- ment unit. A seasoned hedge fund veteran, Witz had spent many years as managing direc- tor and director of trading and investments at Paloma Partners. Jefferies has since devel- oped a set of at least six stra- tegies on the hedge fund platform, which runs com- bined assets of roughly $500 million. Some strategies are understood to be in incuba- tion, while negotiations are ongoing to add further teams to the platform. The Jefferies Buckeye strategy, an event-driven and credit strategy launched in March 2006, is managed by Rick Weber and Andrew Newton, a duo who together previously managed money at Paloma – and, prior to that, for some 16 years at Angelo Gordon and its predecessor firm. Weber and Newton are supported by managing director Richard Lammers, who worked previously with them managing Paloma money and prior to that, worked with Soros Fund Management and Satellite Asset Management. Their approach is understood to have a conservative risk pro- file, and the team is believed to be of considerable appeal to a wide circle of investors given its long experience run- ning signifi- cantly larger sums of money. Other strate- gies now on the Jefferies plat- form include a TMT strategy managed by Brian Marshall, a veteran of D. E. Shaw Group and Citadel Invest- ment Group, and a financial- sector strategy managed by Mark Rosen, formerly of Level Global. The current product suite is rounded out by three strategies. A long-term tech- nology strategy is managed by Tom Mulle, who previous- ly worked at Fred Alger Management and Alkeon Capital Management; a retail- sector strategy is run by for- mer Jefferies analyst Eliot Laurence in tandem with industry veteran Michael Dawahare; and a strategy called Jefferies Paragon is managed by Mike Handler, formerly of SAC Capital Advisors, and Joe Contorinis, previously of UBS/Paine- Webber. NW Long-timeaffiliate piggybacksonPaloma #Prophecy Asset Managementof NewYorkislaunch- ing a more concen- trated version of its flagship fund. The firm’s exist- ing $50 million strategy employs a specialized tech- nicalanalysismeth- odology to find and screen U.S. stocks. It launched in May 2001 and gained 3% last year and 6.5% in 2005. Thefirm’snewfundwillinvestgloballyand holdamaximumof20stocks.FounderJeffrey Spottshassofarlinedup$25millionofcom- mittedcapitalandhassetatargetof$300mil- lion to close the fund. Prior to launching Prophecy, Spotts was lead manager on a $500 million portfolio in Merrill Lynch’s private advisory division. EB MerrillLynchalumto launchsecondfund Analternative platformhasbecome amajorstrategic aimofthefirm.The hedgefundplatform runscombined assetsofroughly $500million JeffSpotts absolutereturn 26 APRIL2007•WWW.ABSOLUTERETURN.NET feature ames“Jes”Staley,globalheadofJPMorganAssetManagementandthe architectofitsacquisitionofHighbridgeCapitalManagement,remem- bersthewarningsheheardwhenheleftJPMorgan’sinvestmentbank toheadtheinstitution’sstoriedassetmanagementarmin2001.“Alot of people told me that large banks destroy asset management firms,” recallsStaley,somewhatwryly,giventhatJPMorganhasemergedasthe largestU.S.hedgefundmanager,with$38.4billionundermanagement as of February 28. JPMorganmadethefirstand,todate,thelargestfull-scalepurchaseofahedge fundwhen,inDecember2004,itpaidanestimated$1billionforHighbridge, a complicated transaction that is believed to give the bank 100% ownership by 2011. The deal was controversial and, as Staley would be the first to admit,fraughtwithriskforbothparties.Inretrospect,however,thearrange- mentlooksbrilliant–acasestudythatothersarewatchingcloselyasamodel of how to get things right. Atthebeginning,however,thingsweretouchandgo.Nosoonerwastheink dry on the deal than Highbridge began reporting a string of monthly losses in its flagship multistrategy fund, a result of the convertible bond rout of 2005. JPMorgan’sfundoffunds,whichwasabiginvestor,wantedtoredeemtoavoid anyperceptionofconflictsofinterest.ThatleftJPMorganPrivateBankthetask of touting Highbridge to its wealthy individual clients, many of whom were alreadyinvestors.SoonHighbridge–whichhascontinuedtooperateindepend- ently – was launching seven new funds, including a now-$2 billion Asian opportunityfundanda$1.4billionstatisticalarbitragemarket-neutralfundfor retail investors. The stars seem to have been aligned. Last year, Highbridge’s flagship fund recovered, returning a net 24.5%, driving even more demand. It now has $11billion.WithmuchofthemoneystillcomingfromJPMorgan’snetwork of superrich around the globe, assets have almost tripled, to about $19.6 billion in Highbridge’s hedge funds today, up from about $7 billion at thecloseofthedeal.Addedtothatare$18.8billioninassetsfromwhatarenow 35 JPMorgan Asset Management funds, the growth stemming from the WillWallStreet Asbanksjostletheirwaytothetop, worriesaboutsize,culture andconflictspersist ByMichelleCelarier J absolutereturn APRIL2007•WWW.ABSOLUTERETURN.NET 27ILLUSTRATION:PAULWEARING t ruinhedgefunds? absolutereturn 42 APRIL 2007 • WWW.ABSOLUTERETURN.NET #Shawn Bergerson’s Waterstone Capital Management is off to a running start this year, with its flagship Waterstone Market Neutral Master Fund, a convertible and equity arbitrage portfo- lio, up 2% in February to total 6.13% for the year. Those numbers far outpace the Absolute Return Convertible & Equity Arbitrage Index, which rose 1.10% in February and is now up 2.08%. Waterstone, which manages $488 million in assets, profited handsomely in February when bets on the spreads between convertible and equity securi- ties of Mills Corp., Boston Properties and EMC Corp. worked out in the fund’s favor. But concentrated trades aren’t Waterstone’s only moneymaker. The fund was broadly profitable, with returns generated from among the near- ly 250 positions, split about evenly between longs and shorts. The firm is coming off a strong 2006, during which the fund gained 16.02%. Returns were largely earned by investments in event-driven special situations, not exposure to market vola- tility. Waterstone boasts an extremely low correlation to the S&P 500. The firm is currently hedging its cred- it exposure based on the view that credit spreads are historically tight. Water- stone’s hedge represents approximately 80% of the firm’s credit exposure and is expressed via credit default swaps on the bonds, including convertibles and cor- porates, in the firm’s portfolio. Bergerson launched Plymouth, Minn.- based Waterstone in 2003 after leaving his post as chief investment officer and portfolio manager of the U.S. convert- ibles fund at Deephaven Capital Management in nearby Minnetonka. Waterstone’s annualized return since inception is 5.54%, due largely to a brutal decline of 10.29% in 2005 – one of the convertible market’s most difficult years. By March 2005, the firm’s assets had increased to $685 million but declined to $318 million by January 2006. Waterstone managed to survive the challenges of 2005 and achieved strong performance in 2006. The firm is now poised to cross the $500 million mark and is expanding its 14-member staff, seeking both credit analysts and traders. With its onshore equity fund up 6.36% for the year, $550 million PilotRock Investment Partners is doing well this year. Primarily long- biased, the fund’s strong perform- ance is a product of its diversified portfolio – with positions in utili- ties, steel, consumer healthcare and a wireless service provider leading the way. Formed in February 2002 and managed by Thomas O’Malley Jr., PilotRock has produced a net annu- alized return of 15.94%. The fund successfully navigated a difficult marketinitsfirstyearandhassince producedstellarperformance.With theAbsoluteReturnU.S.EquityIndex gaining0.51%inFebruary,thefund once again outperformed the median with a solid 2.61% return. PERFORMANCE PROFILE Waterstoneprofits investmentperformance CHART OF THE MONTH PilotRock -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Feb-07Feb-06Feb-05Feb-04Feb-03Feb-02 % TECHNOLOGY Modestgains propeltech While the Nasdaq fell 1.94% in Feb- ruary, the Absolute Return Technology Index made a modest gain of 0.38% to total 2.67% for the year so far. Pequot’s relative- ly new TMT Offshore Fund gained 1%* in February for a year- to-date return of 6.66%. Also out- performing the index was Ahmet Okumus’ Technology Value Partners Fund, which climbed 1% on gains from computer serv- ices, e-services con- sulting and Internet infrastructure soft- ware. Galleon Man- agement’sTechnology offshore continued its winning streak, up 0.23% for the month. CREDIT ZAIS,BlackRock climb Credit spreads tight- ened in early Febru- ary only to reverse direction later in the month, a move that provided opportuni- ties for many credit funds to profit. The Absolute Return Credit Index rose 1.50% for the month to total 3.05% YTD. Outperformers include ZAIS CDO Opportunity Fund, which climbed 3%* , and BlackRock Galaxite Fund, up 2.60%. Also reporting gains were Source: Absolute Return Absolute Return U.S. Equity Index PilotRock Investment Partners performance absolutereturn OCTOBER 2007 • WWW.ABSOLUTERETURN.NET 3 contents 6 Intelligence Renaissance mulls new blended fund. Balance Asset Man- agement liqui- dates. Goldman special sits alum starts own venture. Millennium hires two from Carlson. 7 People 10 Online weeklynews 34 Newfunds BlackRockoffers agribusinessfund. Marinertolaunch credit,multistrategy. BankofAmerica, Salomonvetpreps multistrat.Ramsey eyesconcentrated bestideasvehicle. 5 Letterfrom theeditor 15 Insidethe business Sarah Wood looks at the bank-loan vehicles setting up on the back of the market turmoil. 16 Theglobal picture Assessingsubprime fallout, Neil Wilson findsitisnotallbad newsforcreditfunds. 40 Portfoliowatch TheChicagoCubs couldbeahomerun forStarkOffshore says Pete Gallo. 42 Performance news 47 Brandnames 48 U.S.league tables Returns for more than 1,200 funds. 66 Fundtables Ramiuschartsa cautiouscourse Turbocharging returnswith130/30s 26On paper, 130/30 funds look like a sensible hybrid of the long-only and hedge fund worlds – freeing traditional asset managers to benefit from the downside while simultaneously reinforcing long positions. With pension funds looking to turbocharge returns, are these strategies a magic bullet, or an accident waiting to happen? Ridingthe volatility 36Financials portfolios with the foresight to short credit in August seem to have weathered the brunt of the subprime induced crisis, but there are mixed views on what is the sector’s best move next. COVER STORY NEWS ANALYSIS FUNDS AND STRATEGIES NEWS MAIN FEATURE VIEWPOINT PERFORMANCE INDICES Thefinancing freezeisn’tover 12With the structured credit market still closed, funds are paying up for leverage. Now it looks like the inability to find financing could lower returns for some time. AWARDS AbsoluteReturn Awards 18Someofthebignames areintherunningand preparingtodobattleasthe provisionalnominationsare announcedforthisyear’s AbsoluteReturnAwards,tobe heldinNewYorkonDecember4 at583ParkAvenue. SPECIAL SECTION Global review Theglobalhedgefundindustry postedrecordstartupsandasset growthinthefirsthalfof2007. Seehowtheinternationalpicture isshapingupintheHedgeFund Intelligencesemi-annualsurvey. 20Peter Cohen, founder of Ramius Capital, has moved on from his more flamboyant days in the 1980s. His low-profile is very much in keeping with his firm’s investment strategy – to be conservative with other people’s money. Ramius continues to deliver predictable low-risk returns and leaves the lure of lottery-like performance to a younger and brasher breed. A HedgeFund Intelligence publication • March 2007 • Vol 4 Nº10 • www.absolutereturn.net absolutereturn #SECdropsGradientprobe,making courtvictoryforshortsellers likely p12 #Thereplicators:Howbigathreatiscomingfromhedgefundclones? p26 #The wave ofmoney poses adilemma in commodities p40 #BILLIONDOLLARCLUBshootspast$1trillion p34 Deephaven’sdurability 1 Page 1 Absolute Return magazine layout, sub-editing, writing headlines and standfirsts and commissioning illustrators
  11. 11. Front covers for a series of financial reports designed for Hedge Fund Intelligence
  12. 12. Book covers designed for Euromoney Institutional Investor Unfortunately I don’t have many of the original files of books I have worked on. The quality of some of these images are low as they are either taken from the websites of the com- panies I have worked for or are photographs of hard copies. Please ask if you would like references.
  13. 13. Noah’s Ark Front cover and extracts from a sample children’s book designed for an agency There came a time when there was only one good man in all the world, and his name was Noah. So God told Noah to build an ark. Sample book design Kim Lankshear Images taken from internet and adapted - not for printing. God told Noah to fill the ark with animals – two of every kind. And Noah did. Even the tiny animals.. m Sam KimKim Imag Noah’sArk
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