On May 10 and 11, chief investment officers and asset owners from across the country will come together for Chief Investment Officer’s ninth annual CIO Summit at the Harvard Club of New York to discuss some of their biggest ideas, dilemmas, and opportunities in an off-the-record discussion.
Registration for the event is open to CIOs and others from the asset owner community. Panelists are leaders in their field from public and corporate plans, endowments and foundations, family offices, and sovereign wealth funds. The event is planned to stimulate idea swapping and actionable conversation.
You may register for the CIO Summit at this link: https://www.ai-cio.com/events/2018-chief-investment-officer-summit/?pid=ab&eday=1. The deadline for registration is May 4.
This year’s summit theme, “Navigating Uncharted Waters in the ‘New, New Normal’” looks to center talks around emerging markets, the rise of technological strategies and disruptions, and ESG investing becoming a household name. The event is under Chatham House rules, so all of the knowledge you absorb will be off-the-record and behind closed doors.
Some topics discussed will include The Big Picture: Navigating Nosebleed Valuations and Uncharted Waters; Emerging Markets: Tapping into the Rise of the Rest; One Year Later: Macro Investing and Political Risk; Getting ESG Right; The Digital CIO; and Investing in the Age of Disruption. The full agenda can be viewed here.
The keynote speaker is Olivia Engel, senior managing director and CIO of State Street Active Quantitative Equities, who proposes a rational framework for equity investing that seeks to maintain active risk in the pursuit of alpha, while achieving simplification and a reduction in expenses.
Please join us for two days of discussion, tips, and techniques from other CIOs and asset owners that are meant to keep plans strong and networks healthy.
The CIO Summit is designed to address the investment, strategic, and operational challenges facing asset owners with a minimum AUM of $1B+ from pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, endowments and foundations, healthcare and insurance funds, and large family offices. Complimentary attendance is available to the CIOs and senior investment executives managing these funds as well as a select group of investment consultants advising these executives. We reserve the right to review all registrations to confirm each registrant meets these criteria.
Asset managers and other organizations providing various products or services to this highly qualified group of asset owners may only attend via sponsorship.