Asset Allocation Summit 2011
As Europe’s institutional investors emerge from the financial crisis every part of the investment process is being re-examined, from benchmarks to risk management to diversification and the types of investment structures being used.
New era, new challenges
The financial crisis rendered investment approaches founded on assumptions about the long term behaviour of financial assets obsolete as correlations between asset classes became stronger. As a result, every part of the investment process is being re-examined, from investment policy to benchmarks to risk management and the types of investment structures being used.
Pre-Summit Focus Day – Investing in ETFs & Indexing
With demand for ETFs continuing to rise from an increasing range of investors, new developments in exchange traded funds are moving at a fast pace as more and more players break into the market. With this ETF evolution, comes new challenges for the asset allocator.
Don’t just take out word for it:
"Well worth attending - the quality of speakers exceeded my expectations"
Robert Clark, Pension Manager, Lloyd's Superannuation fund