Polymath is now a member of The Alternative Investment Management Association

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Polymath is a proud member of the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA). 

AIMA is the pre-eminent global voice in the alternative investment industry with over 2,100 corporate members in over 60 countries. AIMA’s fund manager members collectively manage more than US$2.5 trillion in hedge fund and private credit assets.

AIMA draws upon the expertise and diversity of its membership to provide leadership in industry initiatives such as advocacy, policy and regulatory engagement, educational programs, and sound practice guides. AIMA works to raise media and public awareness of the value of the industry.

Members benefit from access to over 240 regional and global events per year, industry-standard Due Diligence Questionnaires and Sound Practice Guides, as well as chances to share knowledge and lead in industry initiatives through over 150 working groups, peer groups, and committees.

AIMA is committed to developing skills and education standards and is a co-founder of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst designation (CAIA) – the first and only specialized educational standard for alternative investment specialists.

AIMA sees the alternative investment industry as a valuable contributor to the global economy and naturally so do we.  We look forward to participating in this global forum for common adherence to industry sound practice. 

Learn more about AIMA here

Check out the AIMA event schedule.

Regulation is key to our strategic development at Polymath, and AIMA’s Government and Regulatory Affairs team aims to represent the voice of the industry to policymakers, legislators and regulatory authorities around the world. The team, drawing on the expertise and diversity of AIMA’s membership, engages proactively and constructively in shaping the global financial markets reform debate. 

Dig into the AIMA regulatory resources.


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