Each year, BigFatPurse organises a gathering for investors to check on their current year’s performance and to get new investing ideas for the upcoming year.
It used to be opened only to their members.
As more people heard about their gathering, they received more requests to open it up to the public.
And this year, they have finally opened it.
With a star-studded speaker line up made up of fund managers from Aggregate Asset Management, Astral Asset Management and SiS Asset Management as well as the Managing Director of a leading bullion trading company.
To learn more about the speakers, check out: http://lp.bigfatpurse.com/conference/#speakers
Each speaker will share their investing strategy as well as insights from their investing niches.
Here’s the program lineup in a glance:
- Aggregate Style of Value Investing
Wong Seak Eng (Fund Manager and Co-Founder of Aggregate Asset Management)
- Diversified Value Strategies
Lee Kian Soo (CEO and Hedge Fund Manager of Astral Asset Management)
- Opportunistic Investing in Distressed Real Estate
Ong Kang Lin (CEO, Fund Manager of SiS Asset Management and Adjunct Finance Lecturer)
- How to profit from current opportunities in Platinum and why Precious Metals are being sought after by investors
Brian Lan (Managing Director of GoldSilver Central, Member of GoldSilver Central’s Board of Directors)
- Q & A Discussion Panel
BigFatPurse has also convinced all their speakers to participate in the Discussion Panel. The floor will be open and you can ask any of the speakers any (investing) questions you may have.
SGXCafe has reserved 5 tickets to the BigFatPurse Investors Conference and I would like to offer it to you… for free.
I decided to make this giveaway a little more interesting by fashioning it into a game. You can read the contest details and participate below.
In the event you do not win, or if you would like to sign up for it directly, BigFatPurse is offering all SGXcafe users a 30% discount. Simply enter SGXCAFE on the event signup page.
Mark your calendars and keep your 5th November 2016 (Saturday) free from 1pm to 5pm.