[Oxbridge Capital] Emergence 2024 Invitation

  • September 6, 2023
February 28, 2024 – February 29, 2024 all-day Australia/Sydney Timezone
[Oxbridge Capital] Emergence 2024 Invitation

Dear Oxbridge Partners and Affiliates,

Emergence 2024 Invitation

Oxbridge warmly invites you to join us  at Emergence Sydney on Feb 28 and 29 at the Sydney Hilton Hotel. You will be joining over 650 VCs, Angels, Family Offices and Fund Managers in attendance.

As a participant, you will gain access to 60 CEOs and Fund Managers seeking investment, strategic and commercial opportunities. Across the 2 days, you will also get access to 6 Panel Sessions, Keynote speeches and Networking Opportunities.

If you want to attend please send e-mail to support@oxbridge.com.au


Panelists and Speakers Featured

Gain valuable insights from some of the leading investment minds across Venture Capita, Digital Assets, Family Office, Property and Small Cap investment, including:

  • Greg Paramor AO – Chairman, Leftfield Capital Partners
  • Llew Jury – Executive Chairman, Sprint Ventures
  • Daniel Neilson – General Manager – Growth Capital, Marshall Investments
  • Raaj Rayat, CFA Rayat, Investment Manager, Airtree
  • Casey Flint, Senior Associate, SquarePeg
  • Karen Chan, Portfolio Manager Perennial
  • Stephen Greenwood, CEO, Valloop Holdings Ltd
  • Mark Peart – CEO & Founder, DIT AgTech
  • Chris Titley – Director, Sub11
  • Jessy Wu – Partner, AfterWork Ventures
  • Damian Beasley – Investment Manager, Beasley Group
  • Brent S. Ogilvie – Managing Director, Pacific Channel
  • Alex Retzlaff – Managing Partner, Unify Ventures
  • Roger Allan – Chairman, Patagorang Investment Group
  • Luke Lombe- Founding Partner, Faculty Group
  • Marc Woodward – Investment Partner, Apollo Crypto
  • Paul Rayson – CEO, Hearts and Minds Investments Ltd
  • Jun Bei Liu – Lead Portfolio Manager, Tribeca Investment Partners
  • Vihari Ross – Portfolio Manager, Antipodes
  • Robert Gregory – Portfolio Manager, Glenmore Asset Management
  • Vanessa Hayes – VP, Portfolio Manager and Trader, Currency Management, State Street
  • Joseph Mocanu – Managing Partner, Verge HealthTech Fund
  • Glenn Butcher – CEO / Managing Director, Fund WA
  • Lisa Wade (she/her) – CEO, DigitalX
  • Adrian Przelozny – CEO, Independent Reserve
  • Leeor Groen- Managing Director, Spartan Group
  • Kate Galpin – Manager – Listings, ASX
  • Henrik Andersson, CFA Andersson – Co-founder and CIO, Apollo Crypto Management
  • Sam Riley – CEO, Ansarada
  • Mark Dando – CEO and Founder, ProxyTwin
  • Ben Greentree – Managing Director, Civil Construction Solutionsel

Topics Featured

  • Venture Capital Investment Trends
  • Family Office Investment Trends
  • Digital Asset Investment Trends
  • Property and Fund Opportunities in 2024
  • Small Cap Investment Trends


Oxbridge is NOT just a real estate or finance company. With the ability to raise our own capital, Oxbridge raises capital only for developers. Having secured the finance Oxbridge will always obtain the exclusive sales for the project often at the standard commission of 5.5%+. Fund management and capital raising are both very exciting businesses. In general fund managers are paid on:

  1. Management Fees: This is the primary source of revenue for fund managers. Management fees are typically calculated as a percentage of the total assets under management (AUM). For example, a fund might charge 2% of AUM annually. This fee compensates the fund manager for their expertise, research, and day-to-day management of the fund’s investments. Management fees are typically charged regardless of the fund’s performance, meaning the manager earns revenue even if the fund underperforms.
  2. Performance Fees (or Incentive Fees): In addition to management fees, many funds also charge performance fees. These fees are usually calculated as a percentage of the fund’s profits above a certain benchmark or hurdle rate. For instance, a fund might charge 20% of profits above a certain level. Performance fees incentivize the fund manager to deliver strong returns for investors. If the fund performs well, the manager earns additional income beyond the management fee. However, if the fund underperforms, the manager may not earn a performance fee.
  3. Ancillary Income: Fund managers may also generate income from other sources, such as securities lending, advisory services, or participation in initial public offerings (IPOs) and other corporate actions. Securities lending involves lending out the securities held within the fund’s portfolio to other market participants in exchange for a fee. Advisory services may include providing investment advice to individual clients or institutions outside of the fund structure.

Some of the world’s richest individuals are fund managers. See https://www.forbes.com/sites/hanktucker/2023/04/04/the-richest-hedge-fund-managers-2023/?sh=7e08382e5713

The Oxbridge Finance Team


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