6th World Pensions & Investments Forum WPC with AMNT, Greenwich 23 & 24 February 2017

The 6th annual World Pensions & Investments Forum held in London, Greenwich, on 23rd & 24th February 2017 in association with AMNT will focus on ‘Pension Design, Fiduciary Governance and the LT Assets of Pension Investors in a Time of Economic Realignment’

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The forum will bring together institutional asset owners, govt. agencies and academics from the UK, Continental Europe, Asia and the Americas to discuss the latest advancements in the fields of long-term investments, risk management, financial regulation & governance and environmental sustainability

Keynote speakers and plenary discussants include senior representatives of the World Bank Group, the European Commission, CCPIT (China), NCPERS (US), NCCMP (US), ASFA (Australia), AEIP (EU) and other supranational organisations and national pension fund associations, as well as G20 central banks and pension CIOs & board members/trustees from across Britain, Mainland Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Americas

The various sessions will assess critically & prospectively the evolving risk/return dynamics and other challenges facing pension schemes in the ‘Post-Brexit Era’ – notably new ESG/governance in relation to the AMNT Red Line Voting initiative in the UK, new risk management tools and modern pension designbest-practices, domestic and cross-border investment in bonds (including UK green bonds), equity and infrastructure assets at a time when economic policy might be influenced by renewed deficit spending, partial protectionism and/or fast-tracked divestment from fossil fuels

Attendance is complimentary & comprises all educational materials and meals served on-site & the 23rd February cocktail dinner at the Queen’s House

The forum is open only to government agencies (incl. financial regulators), (public and private) pension executives and trustees, sovereign/reserve funds, academic and charitable endowments and insurance companies – excluding third-party commercial asset management subsidiaries

Continuing Professional Development: the forum qualifies for 12 CPD hours, which you can use towards your PMI CPD requirement in the UK and other jurisdictions when applicable; a WPC/WPiF Certificate of Attendance will also be awarded

To receive a copy of the programme, pls. contact directly: register@worldpensions.org

Hoping we can have the pleasure of seeing you in Greenwich in February

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