Feb 4-6, 2015
Dana Point, CA
FIA and SIFMA Asset Management Group are coming together to host a comprehensive review of the most critical derivatives issues facing the buy-side.
February 10, 2014
Join us to discuss project management best practices, share experiences and walk through some examples of the common project types in asset management operations.
In a blog post, SIFMA AMG stated it is vital that FSOC's discussions on systemic risk address the unique characteristics of asset management firms.
You will soon receive the AMF Member Survey asking to identify the issues most important to you and your firm, and will help us focus resources to serve you better.
SIFMA's Asset Managers Forum (AMF) is the voice for the buy-side of the securities industry.
AMF is lead by industry experts from a diverse group of firms.
AMF members represent top global, regional, small, and independent asset managers throughout the U.S.
AMF committees are comprised of industry experts from all areas of the business.
AMF's committee participants meet regularly to address critical industry issues.
AMF events bring together senior management from across the buy-side.
Stay up-to-date with issues and activities impacting asset managers.
Learn more about making your voice heard and joining the leading group for asset managers.
SIFMA's AMF team is dedicated to working on behalf of its members—contact us.
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