CIO-Only Discussion to Take Place at CIO Summit

Closed-door discussion at 10th annual event just three weeks away.

After receiving multiple requests from top asset owners, the 10th annual CIO Summit will be offering a private discussion exclusive to chief investment officers, scheduled on day two of the conference. The secret 45-minute sit down will immediately follow the event’s final lunch on May 17 and offer an opportunity to network and swap ideas in a room of only CIOs.

As for the CIO Summit itself, the two-day event will feature topics such as Bringing the DB Mindset to DC Plans; Recession, Geo-Politics, and Cycle Positioning Hedges; and Improving Returns with Strategic Asset Allocation and Technology. The conference will also open with the Innovative Asset Owner Hotseat Panel, which will feature institutional all-stars Susan Ridlen, Brian Pellegrino, David Holmgren, TJ Carlson, and Charles Van Vleet, who will moderate.

Dubbed “Team Building and Smart Investing in a Topsy-Turvy World,” the CIO Summit will take place May 16 and 17 at the Harvard Club in New York.

Registration for the CIO Summit is still open, so be sure to save your seat for the 10th annual event. Attendees may register here. The conference is complimentary to select asset owner CIOs from public and private plans, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds, and select family offices.

Interested sponsors may contact Katie Bacon and Carol Popkins for more information. 

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