There Is Still Time to Register for the 2022 CIO Summit

Don’t miss our in-person return, May 16-17 in Chicago.

A fireside chat between Shundrawn Thomas, president of Northern Trust Asset Management, and CIO Executive Editor Amy B. Resnick will open the CIO Summit in Chicago this month. The discussion will focus on the shift to sustainability and responsibility in investing and the implications of that change for institutional managers and investors. It will help set the tone for the two-day event.

The conference sessions are focused on how institutional investors are being challenged to navigate volatile economic and market conditions. Our speakers will drill down into the latest strategies being used to build and operate investment teams and manage institutional assets in this evolving environment.

Learn from our expert panelists Nicole T. Musicco, chief investment officer at CalPERS, Dhvani Shah, CFA, chief investment officer at JM Family Enterprises, and Tony Payne, senior vice president of technology and innovation at BCIMC, among others.

The event will highlight the techniques CIOs are using to achieve their investment goals. Panels and presentations will include allocators speaking about ESG investing and governance issues, building high-performing teams and investment offices, balancing investing for growth with risk mitigation, how geopolitics affect emerging markets, and how new technology is being used to achieve better investment outcomes.

The full agenda and registration page are available here.