This roundtable discussion event will present an opportunity for attendees to learn from CIOs and sector heads of insurance company investment arms as the industry faces increasingly difficult questions about how to sustain investment premiums amid inflation, rising interest rates, emerging market political headwinds, global growth concerns and ongoing volatility spikes when you participate in this conference. Topics covered in presentations will include manager search and selection, the increased impact of changing public policy in emerging markets, and investment officers’ broader outlook in the face of these global investment pressures.
CFANY Sustainable Investing Group would like to restart the annual in-person sustainable investing conference with a half day program focused on 3-4 panels to discuss "ESG now and beyond" ... we will discuss regulatory changes, data requirements and potential for an ESG buyside panel on their outlook
The CFA Society New York Book Club® meets every other month and is designed to be an informal group discussion on a multitude of investment related topics.
Join Matt McLennan, CFA, Co-Head of Global Value Team and Portfolio Manager for First Eagle Investments, for a hands-on presentation on spotting and managing strategic value investing opportunities.
OVERVIEW The losses suffered in equities and fixed income this year and the rise in interest rates is likely to affect pension funding and costs. Our program will provide an overview of changes in investment returns and costs that have occurred this year and assess how they will influence changes that companies are [...]
Please join us for a moderated discussion about Digital Transformation, which has the potential to impact the end-to-end functions of investment management firms. We will discuss topics including but not limited to client distribution, investment strategy, and infrastructure & operations.
The American Gas Association, founded in 1918, represents more than 200 local energy companies that deliver clean natural gas throughout the United States. There are more than 76 million residential, commercial and industrial natural gas customers in the U.S., of which 95 percent — more than 72 million customers — receive their gas from AGA members. Today, natural gas meets more than thirty percent of the United States’ energy needs.