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TIFF Webinar: Stayin Alive, The Importance of Risk Management in a Risky Market

TIFF hosted the webinar Stayin’ Alive: The Importance of Risk Management in a Risky Market on June 8, 2022. During this hour-long webinar, members of TIFF’s Diversifying Strategies team, Zhe Shen and Suzanne Dugan discussed how TIFF focuses on risk management and preservation concepts, and why we feel it is useful to partner with hedge fund managers. This webinar is the first of a risk management series.

The webinar was based on Diversifying Strategies’ recent white paper, which introduces TIFF’s hedge fund investment philosophy. Read the paper here.

View the webinar through the link below.

Webinar: Stayin’ Alive: The Importance of Risk Management in a Risky Market

Please note that this webinar has been edited from its original recording to shorten its length.  This webinar is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy securities. The asset classes discussed may not be suitable for all investors.  All expressions of opinion are subject to change.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  All investments are subject to risk, including the possible loss of principal.

Stayin’ Alive: The Importance of Risk Management in a Risky Market

Investors have endured a challenging six months in the markets as multiple macro-economic events have driven uncertainty to near-term highs. With risk being top of mind for investors, we believe it is useful to discuss how TIFF approaches risk management within our Diversifying Strategies team. In our new white paper, “Stayin’ Alive: The Importance of Risk Management in a Risky Market”, we aim to:

  • Introduce some of the metrics and tools we use to monitor risk
  • Explain the philosophy behind how we measure hedge fund risk management
  • Help readers gain a better understanding of why risk management is critical to long-term portfolio performance
  • Bonus: recommend some great tunes to listen to while reading the paper!