15 Apr 2013
Today's investment landscape is rapidly changing. What measures should investors take to navigate through and succeed in this fluid and diverse world? This is one of the big questions, which will be addressed at London Business School's 2013 Asset Management Conference.
The theme of the event which takes place on 19 April at London Business School is The Paradigm Shift: Rethinking Investment in Tomorrow's World. Thought leaders will debate the market's dynamics in a post-financial-crisis world tackling subjects such as increased sovereign risk and industry’s ability to harness the burgeoning trend of socially responsible investing.
Political, academic and business thought leaders attending include: keynotes Pål Haugerud, Director General of the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund's asset management department and Ratan Engineer, Partner and Global Asset Management Leader, Ernst and Young.
Panel discussions will include Cynthia Carroll, former CEO of Anglo American plc, James Mackintosh, Investment Editor, Financial Times, and Lord Myners, former Financial Services Secretary.
Emily Archer, Conference Co-chair, said: "We are very excited to be co-chairing what is set to be a fascinating and thought provoking conference, providing a platform to discuss key issues the investment landscape is currently facing.
"We look forward to welcoming our impressive and diverse line-up of speakers, who will no doubt shine new light on the big questions concerning sovereign risk and socially responsible investing."