Organizers Ask Japonica Partners to be Featured Speaker
Providing entrepreneurial returns to accomplished money managers----
Dateline: London, United Kingdom,
June 5, 2006
The organizers of Hedgestock have asked Japonica Partners Founder
and Managing Director Paul B. Kazarian to be a featured speaker
at the event. Hedgestock is quite possibly Europe’s leading
hedge fund networking event. Approximately 5000 attendees are
expected. One hundred percent (100%) of net proceeds will be contributed
to the UK-based Teenage Cancer Trust.
Japonica’s comments will be in a Q&A format
and the topic of focus will be:
Japonica’s providing entrepreneurial returns
accomplished money managers
who succeed with top quartile performance
Japonica Partners is an entrepreneurial
co-investment firm that makes concentrated investments in underperforming
global large caps. Japonica’s special core competency is
changing corporate cultures to cultivate entrepreneurial returns
for its co-investors who succeed with top quartile performance.
Japonica’s largest co-investors include accomplished hedge
fund and mutual fund managers who individually had over $500 million
with Japonica. Among Japonica’s earliest co-investor limited
partners were –“the two Michaels”– Michael
Steinhardt and Michael Price.
Hedgestock is a leading UK hedge fund gathering being held outside
of London at Knebworth House June 7-8. www.hedgestock.co.uk/2006/speakerscorner
Japonica Partners is an entrepreneurial co-investment firm
that makes concentrated investments in underperforming global
large caps, providing entrepreneurial returns for accomplished
money managers who succeed with top quartile performance.
For more information contact:
For more information on:
Teenage Cancer Trust - www.teenagecancertrust.org
The charity focuses on the needs of teenagers and young adults
with cancer, leukaemia, Hodgkin’s and related diseases
by providing specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals.
Japonica Partners is a Delaware, U.S.A.,
This document is for informational
purposes only. This is NOT a solicitation of funds,
nor should it be construed as such.
This does NOT constitute an offer, nor the solicitation
of an offer.