In partnership with Morgan Stanley as Diamond sponsor, this event is exclusive to Neudata and Morgan Stanley clients.
From new regulation and disclosure requirements, to growing interest in Asia’s private equity and venture capital sector, this year has enabled the explosive growth of alternative data investments within the APAC region – but will continued geopolitical tension and regulatory risks continue to cast doubt among investors?
Join Neudata on December 8th as data providers explore the rise in the APAC data trends they’re seeing first hand. We’ll also be speaking to fund managers that are currently using these data sources and ask them to share the trend predictions they foresee for 2023.
Morgan StanleyHead of Asia ex-Japan Quantitative Research
Gilbert Wong is the head of Asia ex-Japan quantitative research at Morgan Stanley and part of the Asia/EM equity strategy team. He joined Morgan Stanley in 2020. Prior to that, Gilbert worked on the buyside as Asia head of quant & risk analytics at Pictet and Franklin Templeton. He worked with Dr. Mark Mobius on Templeton EM strategy from 2011 to 2018. Previously, he was an associate at MSCI for factor modeling after starting his professional career from Morgan Stanley’s analyst program. Gilbert has a bachelor degree in economics & finance and master degree in financial engineering from the University of Hong Kong. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation
Dataprovider.comCo Founder and Joint-CEOMarc Noët, Co Founder and Joint-CEO at Dataprovider.com and the go to source within Dataprovider.com related to Alternative Data strategies.After his study he co-founded the digital marketing agency Isobar Communications, isobar.com.
After the sale of his agency to Aegis PLC in 2007 he co-founded Dataprovider.com, together with Gijs Barends and Christian Branbergen.Delivering a 360 view from web technologies to trends, business information, security and traffic.
Beijing DHH (Shanghai) Law FirmPartner
In the past 20 years of professional experience, Kelvin has significant experience of working with a wide range of clients, e.g. AWS, Alibaba Cloud, Xiaomi Group, Fosun Group, China Construction Bank, Beijing Genomics Institution,etc. His practicing fields cover finance, e-commerce, cloud services, network security, social networking, online education and mobile games.
Certified Information Security Professional (CISP)
Member of Digital Economy Committee of China Chamber of International Commerce (ICC)
VariflightDirector Global BD
NeudataGlobal Events Director
Dean is responsible for leading, developing and expanding Neudata’s events programme.
Having spent the last decade creating, building and scaling conference and content businesses within the FinTech and Energy sectors, Dean has worked with some of the most recognisable global brands on B2B events of all sizes. Dean co-founded two conference companies in 2013 and exited through acquisition in early 2020.
Dean holds a BA Hons degree in Theatre and Performance Studies from Warwick University.
Helena is responsible for discovering and researching China-related alternative datasets for a wide range of asset managers worldwide. Prior to Neudata, Helena worked as sales operation manager at UBS Evidence Lab and alternative data product manager at 86 Research and Juwai.com. Helena has also worked at Pacific Epoch as Co-Head of Research and senior TMT analyst.
Helena holds a Masters degree in Political Economy of Late Development from the London School of Economics.
Dean Murphy, Global Events Director, Neudata
Morgan Stanley Trends & Insights
Gilbert Wong, head of Asia ex-Japan quantitative research, Morgan Stanley
State of the Alt Data Nation
Helena Yu, Head of Asia Research (China) Research, Neudata
How Aviation Alternative Data is
Redefining the Financial Industry
Jerry Chen, Director Global Business Development, Variflight
Explore the Web in a Structured Way to Fuel Alternative Data Strategies.Marc Noët, Co Founder and Joint-CEO, Dataprovider.com
Regulatory updates in Asia
Kelvin Lou, Partner, Beijing DHH (Shanghai) Law Firm