The SBAI is a standard-setting body for the alternative investment industry and acts as custodian of the Standards. It provides a powerful mechanism for creating a framework of transparency, integrity and good governance which improves how the industry operates, facilitates investor due diligence and complements public policy.
SBAI Launches its Alternative Credit Working Group and Welcomes New Core Supporters
SBAI Launches Alternative Credit Working Group, welcomes new Core Supporters and Signatories and US West Coast events
SBAI’s Alternative Credit Working Group, SBAI events in Geneva, Dallas and Austin, SBAI responds to IOSCO Consultation on leverage
SBAI Publishes Standardised Trial Data License Agreement
J Paul Getty and Telligent Capital Management join SBAI, events in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Helsinki
Fire & Police Pension Association of Colorado, Noah Holdings Hong Kong and Wellington Management join the SBAI. Summary of 2018
UTAM joins SBAI Investor Chapter. New working groups announced (credit, standardised board agenda, big data, Japan working group)
SBAI increases presence in North America with expanded North American Committee
23 Apr 2019: SBAI Culture & Diversity in Asset Management Roundtable
24 Apr 2019: SBAI Institutional Investor Roundtable
16 May 2019: Annual North American Stakeholder Forum
Sep 2019: SBAI Institutional Investor Roundtable. TBC
26 Sep 2019: Annual General Assembly
21 Nov 2019: Institutional Investor Roundtable.
5 Dec 2019: SBAI Institutional Investor Roundtable
Insurance Linked Securities (ILS) Working Group focuses on valuation and side-pocketing
Topics: conflicts of interest in credit; transparency of level 3 assets; pricing impact of systematic risk premia on valuation
Analysis of the differences and similarities between onshore China and global industry standards
Working Group focuses on good standards of practice applicable to this area of investment.
Standardised Total Expense Ratio (“STER”) Working Group focuses on fee terms and definitions to review existing methodology and common definitions
Administrator transparency reports (ATRs) play an important role in investor due diligence and ongoing monitoring of managers.
Cyber Security and attack simulations
Conflicts of interest: strengthening the disclosure of potential conflicts of interest between parallel funds to investors.