Investment Strategy for Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution Pension Funds' is a one day conference providing an update for actuaries on the investment of defined benefit and defined contribution pension funds and on investment topics relevant to actuaries more generally.
The seminar is suitable for actuaries with all levels of experience and background, and provides a concentrated opportunity to gain an expert-led update on salient issues relating to pension fund investment. The seminar includes seven sessions and seeks to both be informative and interactive and to cumulate knowledge and encourage reflection. Sessions have generally, but not exclusively, been of four types: 1) Investment policy and its application in actuarial context. 2) Macro-economic updates and strategic and tactical asset allocation; 3) Updates on specific asset classes such as infrastructure, private equity and private debt; 4) Theoretical perspectives on investment relevant to the actuarial context, such as pro-cyclicality and behavioural finance for actuaries.
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0207 632 1498
|08.30-09.00||Registration and Refreshments|
Yally Avrahampour, LSE
Futures Perfect? Pension Investment in Futures Markets
Mark Greenwood, Old Mutual Global Investors
Life-Cycle Investing with Direct Application to Designing Target-Dated Funds
Abstract to be advised
James Sefton, Imperial College London
Bracing for Brexit
Private Credit Investment
Abtract to be advised
Expected Returns and Prudent Returns
Hemal Popat, Mercer
Trustee Decision Making, Costs, Fees, and Value for Money in Investment Management
Iain Clacher, Leeds University Business School
The Past, Present and Future of Investing
Adam French, Scalable Capital
|16.40-16.45||Chair's Closing Remarks|
Staple Inn Hall
Nearest Public Transport
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