The Future of Fund Management
Mar 27 2017

The Future of Fund Management

The Waldorf Hilton, London

Explore strategies for success with the industry's biggest players at The Future of Fund Management.

Packed with insights from leaders in asset management, this conference is your chance to get a head start on the competition. Join us to explore pressing issues including the impacts of Brexit, the revolution in investment operations, how to generate return in a troubled market and much more.

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Monday, 27th March 2017

09:00
Welcome address by Juliet Knight, Director, Marketforce
09:05
Chair’s opening remarks
Helena Morrissey CBE

Non-Executive Director, Chair of Newton Board

Newton Investment Management

Session One: The big picture: optimising returns today and tomorrow

09:10
Interview: The future of the global economy
  • Trends in growth markets: exploring the shifting global economic order
  • Political and economic shocks: are they inevitable? When will they come?
  • When will central banks wind-down their QE positions?
  • What is the future for interest rates? Should we expect significant changes soon?
Thomas Moser

Alternate Member of the Governing Board

Swiss National Bank

Helena Morrissey CBE

Non-Executive Director, Chair of Newton Board

Newton Investment Management

Massimo Rostagno

Director Monetary Policy

European Central Bank

09:40
Panel Discussion

Identifying the investment strategies that will deliver

  • Where are opportunities for return opening up?
  • Fixed income in the doldrums: what is the future for bond markets?
  • Evaluating the resurgence of emerging markets: the least worst option?
  • How lucrative could the private debt market potentially be?
  • Blending active and passive strategies: the key to future success?
  • What is the potential of new investment strategies such as crowd-sourced investing?
  • Will and should the role of the fund manager in asset allocation increase?
  • Where are the opportunities for marginal gains within existing portfolios?
Nigel Bolton

Chief Investment Officer of Fundamental Active Equities

BlackRock

Edward Bonham Carter

Vice Chairman

Jupiter Asset Management

Lucy MacDonald

Chief Investment Officer, Global Equities

Allianz Global Investors

Richard Pease

Senior Fund Manager

Crux Asset Management

Session Two: Navigating in headwinds – delivering a successful corporate strategy

10:10
Advisory session
10:30
Leaders Forum

Delivering value in the face of fee pressure

  • What more can the industry do to justify the costs of active management?
  • The drive for transparency: what will this mean for margins?
  • What steps can fund managers take to deliver added value to clients?
  • SRI: does added value for investors soften the focus on returns?
  • Recognising the need for change: where can funds become more cost efficient?
  • Is executive remuneration fit for purpose in the current fee and return climate?
  • Is vertical integration a viable strategy to address margin pressure?
  • Winners and losers: what business models will succeed in the current market?
Wayne Bowers

Chief Executive Officer, EMEA & APAC

Northern Trust Asset Management

Bill Smith

Chief Executive Officer, UK

Lazard Asset Management

Jasper Berens

Managing Director, Head of UK Retail

JP Morgan Asset Management

Peter Horrell

Managing Director, UK

Fidelity International

11:10
Refreshments

Session Three: A digital revolution in fund management

11:40
Artificial intelligence: the dawn of a new age in fund management?
  • Automated portfolio monitoring: looking beyond algorithmic trading
  • Phasing out human input: will AI ever become the fund manager?
  • Retaining investor trust: the continued importance of human relationship management
Gideon Smith

Europe Chief Investment Officer

AXA Rosenberg Equities

12:00
Advisory session
12:20
Embracing new technology: towards an operational transformation
  • Fast, reliable and cheap: using automation to streamline operations
  • Evaluating the shortcomings of automation: maintaining effective human monitoring
  • What is the potential of blockchain to transform the cost base of fund managers?
Mike Tumilty

Director of Operations, Change and Technology

Standard Life Investments

12:40
Questions
12:50
FinTech Futures

This session will give delegates the opportunity to hear from organisations disrupting the fund management industry. Three FinTech start-ups will have seven minutes to pitch followed by three minutes of questions each to outline how they hope to transform asset management as we know it, and what they believe the future will hold for this rapidly changing industry.

Chris Barrow

Head of Business Development

SCORPEO

Murshid M. Ali

Chief Executive Officer

Huddlestock

Tom Beevers

Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer

StockViews

13:20
Lunch

Session Four: Streams

Stream A: The changing institutional market – grasping the opportunities
14:30
Chair’s opening remarks
14:35
Panel Discussion

The evolution of the DC pension market: building a successful model

  • The impact of a digital foundation: how is workplace distribution changing?
  • How can the industry best meet the challenge of the 75 bps fee restriction?
  • Offering the right products: is multi-asset the way to go?
  • Perfecting a default fund offering: why can choice be overwhelming for customers?
  • The move of life assurers into investment management: where will this lead?
Claire Finn

Managing Director, Strategic Partnerships & DC Investments

BlackRock

Karen Watkin

Portfolio Manager – Pension Strategies, Multi-Asset Solutions

AB

John Nestor

Independent Governance Committee Member

Prudential

John Stainsby

Head of UK Client Group

AXA Investment Management

15:05
Advisory session
15:25
Fireside Chat

LGPS Pooling: what will the pools look for from fund managers?

The process of pooling Local Government Pension Schemes is fully underway. However, the key question is how the fund management industry can service the new, larger pools. In this session, two leading LGPS decision makers will discuss what the schemes will be looking for from investment managers and how they can work with them to achieve the government criteria of economies of scale, value for money and infrastructure investment.

Speakers to be confirmed

Hugh Grover

Chief Executive Officer

London CIV

15:45
Chair’s closing remarks
Stream B: Driving success in the modern retail investment market
14:30
Chair’s opening remarks
14:35
Creating innovative retirement products: optimizing capital growth, protection and income
  • Developing a new form of risk profiling: understanding the nature of decumulation
  • How can investment products have built-in flexibility?
  • Is outcome-based investing set for increased growth?
  • Anticipating future change: evaluating the continued balance with annuities
Gerald Rehn

Head of Product Development

BNY Mellon Asset Management

14:55
Advisory session
15:15
Navigating the growth of robo-advice
  •  Is robo-advice the route to engaging the new generation of savers?
  • Selling to a robo-adviser: convincing an algorithm to choose your products
  • D2C robo-advice: is this the way ahead?
  • Guaranteeing suitability: how can the industry ensure customers understand products?
Rob Hudson

Head of Digital Distribution

Aberdeen Asset Management

15:35
Questions
15:40
Chair’s closing remarks
15:45
Refreshments

Session Five: The future of fund management regulation

16:15
An update from the FCA
Robert Taylor

Head of Investment Management

Financial Conduct Authority

16:35
Questions
16:40
Advisory session

Session Six: Preparing for a post-Brexit world

17:00
Panel Discussion

Adapting effectively amidst unprecedented political upheaval

  • How likely and how important is it that UK funds retain passporting rights? 
  • How would the loss of passporting affect British and international fund managers?
  • Is there an opportunity for a UK standard to compete with UCITS internationally?
  • How might Brexit affect the UK’s standing in the global asset management industry?
  • How likely are Luxembourg and Ireland to expand as alternative fund domiciles?
  • Preparing for an uncertain future: what contingency planning is required?
Michael Karpik

Head of EMEA

State Street Global Advisors

Andrew Milligan

Head of Global Strategy

Standard Life Investments

Dan Hedley

Head of European Regulatory Policy

Fidelity International

Closing Keynote Address

17:30
Case Study: Aviva Investors

Breaking the mould: embracing an innovative culture

Euan Munro

Chief Executive Officer

Aviva Investors

17:50
Questions
17:55
Chair’s closing remarks
18:00
Close of conference & drinks reception

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Who will you meet?

Senior decision makers representing the world’s largest asset management firms are already registered to attend, including:

  • AB
  • Aberdeen Asset Management
  • Allianz Global Investors
  • Appian Asset Management
  • Artemis
  • Aviva Investors
  • AXA Investment Managers
  • AXA Rosenberg Investment Management
  • Baillie Gifford
  • BlackRock
  • BNP Paribas
  • BNY Mellon
  • Columbia Threadneedle Investments
  • Crux Asset Management
  • European Central Bank
  • Fidelity International
  • Financial Conduct Authority
  • Henderson Global Investors
  • HSBC Bank
  • Huddlestock
  • Invesco Perpetual
  • Janus Capital Group
  • JP Morgan Asset Management
  • Jupiter Asset Management
  • Kames Capital
  • KPMG
  • Lazard Group
  • London CIV
  • Loomis Sayles
  • M&G Investments
  • Marlborough Fund Managers
  • McLagan Partners
  • Natixis
  • Newton Investment Management
  • Northern Trust
  • Prudential
  • Santander Asset Management
  • Schroders
  • Scorpeo
  • Skagen Funds
  • Standard Life Investments
  • State Street Bank & Trust
  • Stockviews
  • Swiss National Bank
  • and many more

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