Investing for the long term as a fiduciary is complicated, and never more so than the current environment where regulatory and economic paradigm shifts aim to mitigate the health risks posed by the coronavirus pandemic. This conference explores the significant changes present and anticipated as society experiences an unprecedented change in social behaviour, investor confidence and capital allocation.
The symposium will run as a completely online, digital experience across two days, broken into morning and afternoon sessions.
We welcome chief investment officers and their direct reports, investment committee chairs, and consultants; as well as licensees and financial planners to join the conversation.
Registration fees are outlined on the registration page of the event website.
Good combination of topics while covering lots of ground in an efficient mannerCarole Comerton-FordeProfessor of finance, University of New South Wales
A fresh intake of current thoughts and ideasJames CookChief Investment Officer, U Ethical
Getting a sense of how peers view the world, both in terms of governance and strategyNick WhiteGlobal strategic research director; global director of portfolio construction research, Mercer
A snapshot of what the industry is thinking aboutGeoff WarrenAssociate professor, Australian National University
Speakers which were willing to challenge the status-quoMartin Hickling,Investment specialist, Lawcover Insurance
The breath of coveragePeter KazacosDirector, LGIA Super
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