We are pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Global Volatility Summit Tokyo will be held on Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 at the Palace Hotel in Tokyo.
The Second Annual Global Volatility Summit in Tokyo was held on November 7, 2018 at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. The half-day event was specifically crafted for institutional investors interested in hearing from leading volatility, quantitative and tail hedge managers. Panelists included senior level portfolio managers representing the following firms: Capstone Investment Advisors, Capital Fund Management (CFM), Dominicé & Co., FORT LP, GCI Asset Management, Ionic Capital Management, Parallax Volatility Advisers, True Partner Advisor Limited, and TPRV Capital.
The 11th Annual Global Volatility Summit is taking place March 10, 2020, in New York City.
Over the past ten years, Global Volatility Summit (GVS) has been the premier annual conference in educating institutional investors on volatility and options trading strategies, and the range of roles they can play in institutional investment portfolios. In addition to annual conferences in the U.S. and Japan, GVS is committed to educating investors throughout the year through research notes and white papers distributed and available on the website.
At the upcoming event in March, global hedge fund managers, industry experts, and institutional investors will share their insights on the evolving volatility markets through a series of presentations and panels. Attendees will hear from peer institutional investors during a panel featuring senior investment professionals from global pensions, endowments, and foundations.
We are excited to announce the keynote speakers: General James Mattis and Dom Troulan. General Mattis, former Secretary of Defense and retired Marine General will share his experiences in leadership and patriotism in a political landscape wrought with turbulence and unpredictability. Mr. Troulan, former Special Forces officer, through his actions during the 2013 Westgate shopping mall attack in Nairobi, Kenya, will share what he has learned in community engagement, hostage negotiations and crisis management.
Registration will open in November.