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di sc In us cl si ud on in gr g ou 18th Annual Conference ps Globalisation of Investment Funds The Fairmont Southampton, Bermuda 13-16 May 2007 Programme Sunday 13 May Monday 14 May 1630 – 1930 Registration 0730 – 1615 Registration Moderator Stephen Culhane Partner, Linklaters, 1800 – 1930 Cocktail Reception 0730 – 0830 Continental breakfast New York Great Sound Lawn Supported by Speakers Supported by Claude Kremer Partner, Arendt & 0830 – 0840 Opening remarks Medernach, Luxembourg Robert W Helm Keith O’Donnell Partner, ATOZ, Luxembourg 0840 – 0915 Keynote address Thomas O’Shea General Counsel, UBS Conference Co-Chairs John J Brennan CEO, The Vanguard Group, Realty Investors LLC, Hartford, Connecticut Robert W Helm Partner, Dechert LLP, Wayne, Pennsylvania Catherine L Verhoff Chief Legal Officer, Washington DC Pramerica Real Estate Investors, Lynn M McGrade Partner, Securities 0915 – 1030 Parsippany, New Jersey and Capital Markets, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Toronto, Ontario Executive roundtable: trends in the global Concurrent Session B Conference Chair Emeritus Paul I Harris Partner, Linklaters, managed funds industry Executing trading London • Areas of convergence strategies in a global • The impact of consolidation Organising Committee • Challenges of the changing competitive environment: key issues Kirstene Baillie Partner, Field Fisher landscape for fund managers Waterhouse, London • Procurement, affiliation and conflict of Moderator Felipe Cousino Partner, Alessandri & interest Jervis Smith Managing Director, Citigroup Compania, Santiago • Prime brokerage, related services and Global Transaction Services, London David Dillon Partner, Dillon Eustace, distribution Dublin Speakers • Pricing, best execution and MIFID Stephen H Etkind Partner, Minter Dennis Ferro President and CEO, Evergreen • Soft commissions, soft dollars and Ellison, Sydney, New South Wales Investments, Charlotte, North Carolina unbundling Kevin Ouellette Vice-President and E Blake Moore Jr CEO and Managing Director, Allianz Global Investors US Moderator Counsel, Evergreen Investments, Retail, New York Stephen Ross Global Head of Product Boston, Massachusetts Rufus Warner CEO, Close Investments, Structuring, Man Investments, Pfaffikon, Paula E Smith Partner, London Switzerland PricewaterhouseCoopers, Boston, Massachusetts 1030 – 1100 REFRESHMENT BREAK Speakers Robert J teDuits State Street Supported by PricewaterhouseCoopers Peter V Bonanno Managing Director and Corporation, Boston, Massachusetts Associate General Counsel, Goldman Shelton S Unger Vanguard 1100 – 1215 Sachs Asset Management LP, New York Investments Europe SA, Waterloo CONCURRENT SESSIONS Susan C Livingston Partner, Brown Brothers Edgar Wallach Partner, Hengeler Harriman & Co, Boston, Massachusetts Mueller, Frankfurt Concurrent Session A Mark D Pratt Chief Compliance Officer, Barbara Weidlich President, NICSA, RBC Asset Management Inc and Royal Marlborough, Massachusetts Real estate funds: Mutual Funds Inc, Toronto, Ontario the smart investment? A Thomas Smith III Global Head of Asset • What is the economic outlook for Management Legal, Deutsche Asset investing in real estate? Management, New York • Do they deliver better returns than other asset classes? 1215 – 1345 LUNCH • Familiar (and unfamiliar) structures. Supported by PricewaterhouseCoopers • Evaluating direct versus indirect 1400 – 1500 / 1515 – 1615 investment. • Global developments in real estate funds. Discussion groups Discussion groups and Bermuda tea 5. Conflicts of interest in managing regulated and unregulated funds. Supported by 6. Portable Alpha products. On Monday afternoon, conference attendees will have the 7. Current issues for hedge funds: side letters, performance fees opportunity to enjoy the Bermudian tradition of afternoon tea and other regulatory issues. while participating in small informal groups to discuss current issues 8. Compliance roundtable. in the global mutual funds industry. 9. Cross-border tax issues for investment funds. 10. Recent developments in Latin America. This year, the following topics have been selected for the discussion 11. Meet the regulators. groups: 1. Marketing to and investment by pension funds and endowments. Please note that sessions may be repeated. 2. Best practices and implications of outsourcing. Please indicate your preferred groups on the registration form. 3. Stock lending to, and by, investment funds. 4. OTC derivatives: credit default swaps, commodity linked Sessions will be scheduled based on the level of interest in each contracts, valuation issues. topic. The organisers reserve the right to change or cancel sessions. Tuesday 15 May 0745 – 1215 Registration 1100 – 1215 Social programme CONCURRENT SESSIONS Social function tickets will be 0745 – 0830 Continental breakfast Concurrent Session A allocated on a first-come first-served Supported by basis and cannot be guaranteed Opportunities for structuring a fund 1330 – 1730 management business in Golf tournament – shotgun start Port Royal Golf Club Europe: MiFID and UCITS III Green fees, cart rental • MiFID implementation. 0830 – 0835 Welcome remarks and tournament • Affect of MiFID on local markets. Lynn M McGrade hosted by • UCITS III opportunities. • Use of UCITS passports. 0835 – 1030 Together with Irish law firms: Moderator A & L Goodbody Regulators roundtable: Arthur Cox Julian Tregoning Director, Mellon issues affecting the global International, London Dillon Eustace Mason Hayes + Curran managed funds Speakers Matheson Ormsby Prentice marketplace Roland Baum Partner, Baum Financial McCann FitzGerald William Fry Moderator Services, Hamburg Robert C Grohowski Senior Counsel, James T Firn General Counsel, Europe, Situated in some of Bermuda’s most lush and Securities Regulation – Investment Middle East & Africa, Russell Investment beautiful ocean-side terrain, Port Royal is a popular Group, London and challenging golf course. No matter where you Companies, Investment Company look, the genius of architect Robert Trent Jones is Institute, Washington, DC Brian McDermott Partner, A&L Goodbody, evident. Here, a free-form green is set against the Dublin Speakers sapphire sea. There, a gracefully winding fairway Andrew J Donohue Director, Division of skirts the coral cliffs. Watch out for well-trapped Investment Management, US Securities greens and bunkered fairways. They’ll demand Concurrent Session B your full concentration! and Exchange Commission, Washington Public investment in Price: $50 (includes boxed lunch and return DC transport). Jean-Marc Goy Counsel to the Director, alternative assets: listed Club rental: $30 Commission de Surveillance du Secteur private equity and hedge Shoe rental: $15 Financier, Luxembourg funds and firms Tim Herrington Chairman of the 1300 – 1700 Regulatory Decisions Committee, UK • What are the advantages of listing a Catamaran sail Financial Services Authority, London hedge fund or a private equity fund, or Cheryl-Ann Lister Former Chairman an advisor to private investment funds? Hosted by and Chief Executive Officer, Bermuda • How have listed funds been structured? Monetary Authority, Bermuda • How do listed alternative asset firms Imagine sailing aboard a comfortable catamaran to Susan Silma Director, Investment Funds function? the northernmost coral reefs in the world. Relax on Branch, Ontario Securities Commission, • What alternative structures might be deck and enjoy a light buffet lunch while the crew Toronto, Ontario (or have been) attempted to access the provides an informative commentary on the island Esther Wandel Asset Management public markets and/or provide liquidity and the fascinating undersea ecosystem. After a Department, BaFin, Frankfurt to investors? 45-minute cruise the catamaran is moored in a deep • What is the outlook for listed alternative blue oasis, surrounded by fringe reef on almost all 1030 – 1100 REFRESHMENT BREAK asset funds and firms? sides. Here you will be provided with a mask, snorkel, fins, a buoyancy vest and instructions on Moderator how best to enjoy the undersea paradise. Michael P Harrell Partner, Debevoise & Transport from the Fairmont Southampton will Plimpton LLP, New York depart at 1245. Return transport will be provided. Speakers Alan Chesick General Counsel, Fortress 1900 – 2200 Investment Group, New York Cocktail reception and gala dinner Nigel Farr Partner, Herbert Smith LLP, Princess Beach London Supported by Thomas Friedmann Partner, Dechert LLP, Washington DC 2200 CPD accreditation from the Law Society Glenn Sarno Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Evening entertainment of England and Wales: up to 11 hours LLP, New York Henry VIII available South Shore Road, Southampton CLE accreditation from the State Bar Following the dinner, enjoy a drink with a new of New York and the State Bar of colleague or an old friend at this popular ‘Olde California available English’ venue overlooking the stunning south shore in Bermuda. CLE accreditation from Florida currently pending Live music hosted by CPE accreditation from NASBA: up to nine units available Information Date Wednesday 16 May Continuing professional development / 13-16 May 2007 Continuing legal education For delegates from countries where CPD / CLE is mandatory, the International Bar Association Venue 0730 – 1100 Registration will be pleased to provide a Conference The Fairmont Southampton Certificate of Attendance which, subject to the 101 South Shore Road 0730 – 0830 Continental breakfast exact CPD / CLE requirements, may be used to Southampton SNO2, Bermuda Supported by obtain the equivalent accreditation in your Tel: +1 (441) 238 8000 jurisdiction. This conference has been accredited for Fax: +1 (441) 238 8968 0830 – 0835 Opening remarks CPD by the Law Society of England and Wales. Barbara Weidlich Delegates should ask staff at the registration Language desk for information on how to obtain the All working sessions and conference materials 0835 – 0945 hours. will be in English. Regional roundtable: US CLE Accreditation has been approved by the How to register opportunities in Asia State Bar of New York and the State Bar of Register online at www.ibanet.org/ • New product opportunities California. Accreditation by the Florida State conferences/bermudaIBA07 to avail of the • Opportunities for foreign participants, Bar is currently pending. IBA certificates of ten per cent online registration discount or either cross-border or locally attendance will be available for lawyers from self-reporting US states. please complete the attached registration • Developments in the retirement market form and return it to Harriet Rowland at the CPE Moderator IBA together with your payment. You should NICSA is pleased to offer this group-live Paul J Elmlinger Senior Associate General learning activity to attendees who are seeking receive email confirmation of your registration Counsel International, Franklin Templeton CPE credits. Up to 9 CPE units may be available within seven days; if you do not then please Investments, New York for attendees of this conference. The contact Harriet Rowland at the above address. conference sessions require no advanced Speakers preparation, no pre-requisite study and are Fees Benjamin Poor Associate Director, Cerulli appropriate for all who have a basic Online registrations received: Associates, Boston, Massachusetts understanding of the investment management industry. on or before after Rory Gallaher Partner, Deacons, Hong Kong NICSA is registered with the National 30 March 30 March Siddarth Shah Partner, Nishith Desai Association of State Boards of Accountancy IBA / NICSA member $1260 $1370 (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing Non-member $1460 $1640 Associates, Mumbai professional education on the National Registry Yasuzo Takeno Partner, Mori Hamada & Guest $180 $180 of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy Matsumoto, Tokyo have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses of CPE credit. Complaints Hard copy registration forms and fees 0945 – 1100 regarding registered sponsors may be received: addressed to the National Registry of CPE on or before after Evolving and emerging Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, 30 March 30 March fund products Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Website: IBA / NICSA member $1385 $1525 www.nasba.org. • Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Non-member $1625 $1825 • Fund-linked and structured products Guest $200 $200 • Insurance products and commodity linked Full payment must be received in order to funds and products process your registration. Moderator Lloyd ‘Chip’ Voneiff Fees include Investment Management Practice Partner, • Attendance at all working sessions PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chicago, Illinois • Conference materials on CD Rom, including any available speakers’ papers submitted to Speakers the IBA before 16 April James R McDaniel Partner, Sidley Austin LLP, Chicago, Illinois • Access to the above conference working Michael J McDonough Senior Vice materials from the IBA website President and General Counsel, Permal (www.ibanet.org) approximately seven days Investment Management Services Limited, prior to the conference London • Cocktail reception on 13 May James Ross Senior Managing Director of • Continental breakfast on 14, 15 and 16 May EFTs, State Street Global Advisors, Boston, • Discussion groups and Bermuda tea on The organisers may at any time, with or without Massachusetts 14 May giving notice, in their absolute discretion and without giving any reason, cancel or postpone • Tea and coffee during breaks 1100 Closing remarks the conference, change its venue or any of the • Cocktail reception and gala dinner on Paul I Harris other published particulars, or withdraw any 15 May invitation to attend. In any case, neither the organisers nor any of their officers, employees, Please note that registrations are not agents, members or representatives shall be transferable. liable for any loss, liability, damage or expense suffered or incurred by any person, nor will they Guest fees include return any money paid to them in connection • Invitation to cocktail reception on 13 May with the conference unless they are satisfied not • Invitation to cocktail reception and gala only that the money in question remains under their control but also that the person who paid dinner on 15 May it has been unfairly prejudiced (as to which, Guests are not entitled to attend the decision shall be in their sole and unfettered working sessions. No member of the legal discretion and, when announced, final and conclusive). profession may be registered as a guest. 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International Bar Association the global voice of the legal profession The National Investment International Bar Association Company Service Association In its role as a dual membership organisation, comprising 30,000 The National Investment Company Service Association (NICSA) has individual lawyers and over 195 bar associations and law societies, provided leadership and innovation in educational programming and the International Bar Association (IBA) influences the development information exchange within the operations sector of the worldwide of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal investment industry since 1961. profession. Its member organisations cover all continents, and NICSA membership totals more than 400 companies operating in almost all nations. major financial centres in the United States, Europe and Asia and Grouped into two divisions – the Legal Practice Division and the Public includes mutual fund complexes, investment management companies, and Professional Interest Division – the IBA covers all practice areas custodian banks, transfer agents and independent providers of and professional interests. It provides members with access to leading specialised products and professional services. experts and up-to-date information as well as top-level professional Membership fees are surprisingly small, yet the benefits of development and network-building opportunities through high quality membership are anything but. NICSA offers the most comprehensive publications and world-class conferences. The IBA’s Bar Issues range of services in the industry, allowing members to learn, network Commission provides its member organisations with substantive and share best practices locally, nationally and globally. programmes and social activities in and between meetings and the Human Rights Institute works across the IBA, helping to promote, Membership benefits include: protect and enforce human rights under a just rule of law, and to • Substantial discounts to attend regional meetings focused on the preserve the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession hottest topics in the industry throughout the United States and worldwide. Europe, including the Annual Conference and Expo in Miami, and our newest venture, the Technology Summit in Las Vegas; Investment Funds Committee • Education online and off through a variety of publications, industry This committee currently has over 1,000 members from over 120 surveys and an online learning centre featuring the Certified countries. 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NICSA’s website offers up-to-date information about all of the The committee is part of the Financial Services Section of the Legal Association’s programmes and activities (visit www.nicsa.org). Practice Division. It has also established the Specialised Investment Funds Subcommittee which focuses on specialised collective investment vehicles such as venture capital, real estate, hedge, leverage buy-out and commodity funds. The committee has also established the Private Investment Funds Subcommittee which focuses on specialised collective investment vehicles such as venture capital, real estate, hedge, leverage buy-out and commodity funds. 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The organisers reserve the right to change or cancel sessions based on the level of interest in each topic. Topics 1. Marketing to and investment by pension funds and endowments 2. Best practices and implications of outsourcing 7. Current issues for hedge funds: side letters, performance fees and 3. Stock lending to, and by, investment funds other regulatory issues 4. OTC derivatives: credit default swaps, commodity linked contracts, 8. Compliance roundtable valuation issues 9. Cross-border tax issues for investment funds 5. Conflicts of interest in managing regulated and unregulated funds 10. Recent developments in Latin America. 6. Portable Alpha products 11. 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