Why Parly Company SA, a family office based in Geneva, has fundamentally changed their attitude towards hedge funds

(Last Updated On: April 16, 2012)

Why Parly Company SA, a family office based in Geneva, has fundamentally changed their attitude towards hedge funds

Peter Fletcher is managing director of Parly Company S.A., Geneva, Switzerland, a family office which invests internationally in alternative investment strategies as well as private and direct equity. Since the mid 90s Parly has been heavily invested in hedge funds, and in fact also seeded a lot of managers.

In this candid Opalesque.TV BACKSTAGE interview, Fletcher explains in detail what is behind that attitude change and how many of his peers have changed the way how they invest.

To know more about Peter Fletcher and these fundamental paradigm changes in the family office

 

Peter Fletcher has over 30 years of international experience covering a broad spectrum of financial management functions in the trust and banking industry. However recently, Parly as well as other family offices have fundamentally changed their attitude towards hedge funds, along with significant alterations of investment structures, operations and arrangements used when investing in alternatives.

To know more about Peter Fletcher please watch this video: http://www.opalesque.tv/hedge-fund-videos/Peter_Fletcher/1

 

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