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Annual Conference: 3 September 2015

The dynamics of asset ownership


As fiduciaries, you play a key role in improving the retirement outcomes of your members with regard to wealth creation and wealth preservation.

At the Institutional Insights conference we unpacked critical factors for success, the impact of demographic and economic shifts, and your challenging role as custodians of retirement outcomes. We secured a line-up of leading local and international speakers to share their perspectives and insights on local and global trends affecting members’ retirement outcomes.

2015 Speakers

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Philippa Malmgren

Dr Philippa Malmgren

Dr Malmgren is an international keynote speaker and strategist who helps companies, investors and policymakers better understand risk and price movements.

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Roland Rousseau

Bart Heenk

Heenk heads up Avida International, which helps pension funds streamline their investment governance to achieve the financial goals of their stakeholders.

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Amlan Roy

Dr Amlan Roy

Dr Roy is a managing director at Credit Suisse and head of global demographics and pensions research in the Investment Banking Division of Credit Suisse.

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Wade Matterson

Wade Matterson

Wade, fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia, is principal of Milliman's Australian practice and manages operations across product development and retirement.

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Roland Rousseau

Roland Rousseau

Roland, Head of the Barclays’ Risk Strategy Unit, has worked with pension funds and asset consultants across the globe on portfolio construction and risk management.

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View short videos from some of our speakers below

The 2015 conference discussed the dynamics of asset ownership.

Dr Pippa Malmgren

Founder of DRPM Group

Geopolitical unrest: The threat to world banking systems that could damage investing for retirement

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Bart Heenk

Managing Director of Avida International

Governance frameworks and the changing role of the asset owner

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Wade Matterson

Principal and Practice Leader, Milliman Australia

Towards a cohort of one: Perspectives from Australia's superannuation industry

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Dr Amlan Roy

Head of Global Demographics and Pension Research at the investment banking division of Credit Suisse in London

Global macro from a demographic lens: growth, debt, asset prices & pensions

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Roland Rousseau

Head of Barclays Risk Strategy Group

The changing face of skill: A global overview

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Articles

The future belongs to smarter risk managers

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GDP, debt, longevity & pensions …through a demographic lens

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Is industry facing the perfect storm?

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Good governance critical for retirement funds

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China, Russia and the New Cold War

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A look at the hot topics from our conference: changing demographics, governance frameworks, capital allocation and geopolitics

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Hot Topics From Our Institutional Insights Conference

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