Fiduciary Investors Symposium

SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 2, 2018

Stanford University, US

THE CATALYST FOR REFORMED FIDUCIARY THINKING

Managing assets as a fiduciary comes with a complex range of responsibilities and commitments.

The Top1000funds.com Fiduciary Investors Symposiums are designed to examine the management of fiduciary assets in both investment strategy and implementation, including the latest thinking relating to asset allocation, risk management, beta management and alpha generation.

Key Speakers

Ken Caldeira

Atmospheric scientist, Carnegie Institution for Science; adviser to Bill Gates (United States)

4:00pm – 4:45pmCLIMATE PANEL – INVESTORS AND COMMUNITIES

Darrell Duffie

Dean Witter Distinguished Professor of Finance, Stanford Graduate School of Business (United States)

9:45am – 10:30amPOST-CRISIS BANK REGULATIONS AND FINANCIAL LIQUIDITY

Himanshu Gupta

Co-founder, ClimateAI, Forbes 30 under 30, Stanford MBA class of 2018 (United States)

4:00pm – 4:45pmCLIMATE PANEL – INVESTORS AND COMMUNITIES

Stephen Kotkin

John P Birkelund ’52 Professor in History and International Affairs, Princeton University; Senior fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University (United States)

4:45pm – 5:30pmKEYNOTE ON CLIMATE

Arun Majumdar

Jay Precourt Professor at Stanford University (United States)

2:50pm – 3:30pmTHE FUTURE OF ENERGY – POLICY IMPLICATIONS AND FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES

Priya Mathur

President, CalPERS (United States)

9:45am – 10:15amINSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR CASE STUDY ON PRIVATE EQUITY

Vivienne Ming

Theoretical neuroscientist, technologist and entrepreneur; faculty, Singularity University and University of California, Berkeley; co-founder Socos Labs (United States)

11:00am – 12:00pmTHE FUTURE OF HUMAN POTENTIAL

Ashby Monk

Executive director, Stanford Global Projects Center (United States)

1:40pm – 2:40pmAI AND INVESTMENT: EVOLUTION OR REVOLUTION?

Gallery

Offered the opportunity for asset owners to hear topics that can help foster long-term
investment thinking and share experiences and best practices

Xiaoshen QinManaging director, department of public equity, China Investment Corporation (China)

As always, the agenda is well researched and relevant. And the arrangements are impeccable

Erik ValtonenSenior adviser, Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund (AP4) (Sweden)

The academic presentations were excellent; particularly, the presentation on truth
and the lecture on new economics were outstanding

David VillaChief investment officer, State of Wisconsin Investment Board (US)

Creates the ability to have three days without the day-to-day job and the opportunity
to think and listen to a diverse range of views to encourage the ability to think differently.
Very good content and liked the increase in table discussion

Deb ClarkePartner, global head of investment research, Mercer (UK)

The mix of academia, investment presentations and networking

Olivier RousseauExecutive director, co-chief executive, Fonds de réserve pour les retraites (France)

Great mix of presentation, discussion and networking opportunities. The international
mix of participants brought a broad range of perspectives to our discussions

Howard Berner JrChief investment officer, Principia (US)

Very well produced. Good balance between insight on what is happening now
and what future challenges different players in the industry must address.
Good mix of academic and practitioner perspectives

Chris PinneyPresident and chief executive, High Meadows Institute (US)

Bringing experts from outside our usual contacts, with different perspectives, to challenge our thinking

Geoff MellorChief executive, Coal Pension Trustees (UK)

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