On May 16 and 17, top asset owners will talk about challenges and successes at the CIO Summit: “Team Building and Smart Investing in a Topsy-Turvy World.”
The 10th annual discussion event for the asset owner community will see panels on emerging markets, infrastructure, environmental, social, and governance (ESG), artificial intelligence, and much more as CIOs take their seats at the Harvard Club in New York City, close the doors, and debate some of the most relevent investment topics of 2019.
Chief investment officer panelists will include institutional all-stars and previous Innovation Award winners Doug Brown (senior vice president and chief investment officer, Exelon Corp.), Anne Dinneen (CIO, Hamilton College), Jonathan Grabel (CIO, LACERA), Rosalind Hewsenian (CIO, Helmsley Charitable Trust); Robert Hunkeler (vice president, Investments, International Paper); Bob Jacksha (CIO, New Mexico Educational Retirement Board); Walter Kress (CIO and treasurer, Americas at Ernst & Young); Charles Van Vleet (assistant treasurer and CIO, Textron); Anthony S. Waskiewicz, (CIO, Mercy Health-St. Louis); and others.
Topics and panels our elite guests will speak on include Recession, Geo-Politics, and Cycle Positioning Hedges; Improving Returns with Strategic Asset Allocation and Technology; and Shifting Markets and Team Structuring, among other panels.
Interested sponsors may contact Katie Bacon and Carol Popkins for more information. Attendees may register here. The conference is complimentary to select asset owner chief investment officers from public and private plans, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds, and select family offices.
We hope to see you at our 2019 conference.