Overview – Tuesday – June 23

12:00am – 12:00am

GLOBAL RISK OUTLOOK

The extreme uncertainty of the global economy requires a new risk management framework. This session will examine the rapidly changing risks to the global economy and the need for new ways of behaving, making decisions and even reversing decisions.

12:05am – 12:00am

GLOBAL POLICY RESPONSES

How have different government’s around the world responded to the health and economic crisis and what are some of the innovative responses that will stimulate the economy and ensure a sustainable recovery?

12:10am – 12:00am

POLICY RESPONSES AND INVESTMENT IMPLICATIONS

The crisis has seen unprecedented fiscal and monetary policy responses around the world. So what are the implications for investments?

12:15am – 12:00am

THE FUTURE OF FUNDS MANAGEMENT

Given the extreme volatility in markets, the changing global economic risks and policy responses, what is the future of the funds management industry?

12:20am – 12:00am

PURPOSEFUL COMPANIES

Is the COVID-19 crisis the paradigm shift needed to redefine business for the 21st century and build trust between business and society? The crisis has hastened the trend towards ‘purpose before profit’ and the fact that purposeful companies will be the ones that thrive in the future.

12:25am – 12:00am

INVESTOR RESPONSE

To generate outperformance in the near-to-medium term, investors and their partners will need to get the big things right amid stressed economic and market conditions. So what should investors and their asset managers be focusing on?

12:30am – 12:00am

DISTRESSED DEBT OPPORTUNITIES

The coronavirus crisis has resulted in an unprecedented number of defaults and presents an opportunity of a life time for distressed debt investors. Where are the opportunities and how should investors allocating both domestically and internationally.

Day 2 – Wednesday – June 24

12:00am – 12:00am

INVESTOR FIRESIDE CHAT

How are investors positioning portfolios and managing short and long term risks in the current environment?

12:05am – 12:00am

COVID-19: THE END OF GLOBLISATION?

Even before the current crisis, globalisation was under threat due to the wave of populism around the world. So does this crisis mark the end of globalisation? What would de-globalisation look like given the interconnectedness and complexity of the economy and what does it mean for investors’ portfolios?

12:10am – 12:00am

INVESTOR RESPONSES

Session description to follow

12:15am – 12:00am

GEOPOLITICAL RISKS, UNCERTAINTY AND THE COVID CRISIS

The geopolitical stresses already present in the global economy have been further fractured by the current crisis, especially the US/China relationship. What can we learn from history and  what it all means for institutional investors?

12:20am – 12:00am

CHINA, EMERGING MARKETS AND THE PANDEMIC

The impact of the COVID-19 health and economic crisis is acutely more severe in emerging markets. What will the long-term impact of this, and could the Renminbi emerge as a safe-haven currency?

12:25am – 12:00am

OPERATIONAL RISKS AND SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES

The pandemic has shed the spotlight on supply chain issues across all industries, so what does that look like in financial services? This session will highlight the need for resilience and robust continuity planning.

12:30am – 12:00am

A SUSTAINABLE RECOVERY NEEDS INVESTOR LEADERSHIP

The COVID-19 global health and economic crisis has highlighted the need for leadership and capital to be urgently targeted towards the vulnerabilities in the global economy. So what does a sustainable recovery look like and how can institutional investors collaborate to make sure it happens?

Day 1 – Tuesday – June 23

12:00am – 12:00am

GLOBAL RISK OUTLOOK

The extreme uncertainty of the global economy requires a new risk management framework. This session will examine the rapidly changing risks to the global economy and the need for new ways of behaving, making decisions and even reversing decisions.

12:05am – 12:00am

GLOBAL POLICY RESPONSES

How have different government’s around the world responded to the health and economic crisis and what are some of the innovative responses that will stimulate the economy and ensure a sustainable recovery?

12:10am – 12:00am

POLICY RESPONSES AND INVESTMENT IMPLICATIONS

The crisis has seen unprecedented fiscal and monetary policy responses around the world. So what are the implications for investments?

12:15am – 12:00am

THE FUTURE OF FUNDS MANAGEMENT

Given the extreme volatility in markets, the changing global economic risks and policy responses, what is the future of the funds management industry?

12:20am – 12:00am

PURPOSEFUL COMPANIES

Is the COVID-19 crisis the paradigm shift needed to redefine business for the 21st century and build trust between business and society? The crisis has hastened the trend towards ‘purpose before profit’ and the fact that purposeful companies will be the ones that thrive in the future.

12:25am – 12:00am

INVESTOR RESPONSE

To generate outperformance in the near-to-medium term, investors and their partners will need to get the big things right amid stressed economic and market conditions. So what should investors and their asset managers be focusing on?

12:30am – 12:00am

DISTRESSED DEBT OPPORTUNITIES

The coronavirus crisis has resulted in an unprecedented number of defaults and presents an opportunity of a life time for distressed debt investors. Where are the opportunities and how should investors allocating both domestically and internationally.

Day 2 – Wednesday – June 24

12:00am – 12:00am

INVESTOR FIRESIDE CHAT

How are investors positioning portfolios and managing short and long term risks in the current environment?

12:05am – 12:00am

COVID-19: THE END OF GLOBLISATION?

Even before the current crisis, globalisation was under threat due to the wave of populism around the world. So does this crisis mark the end of globalisation? What would de-globalisation look like given the interconnectedness and complexity of the economy and what does it mean for investors’ portfolios?

12:10am – 12:00am

INVESTOR RESPONSES

Session description to follow

12:15am – 12:00am

GEOPOLITICAL RISKS, UNCERTAINTY AND THE COVID CRISIS

The geopolitical stresses already present in the global economy have been further fractured by the current crisis, especially the US/China relationship. What can we learn from history and  what it all means for institutional investors?

12:20am – 12:00am

CHINA, EMERGING MARKETS AND THE PANDEMIC

The impact of the COVID-19 health and economic crisis is acutely more severe in emerging markets. What will the long-term impact of this, and could the Renminbi emerge as a safe-haven currency?

12:25am – 12:00am

OPERATIONAL RISKS AND SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES

The pandemic has shed the spotlight on supply chain issues across all industries, so what does that look like in financial services? This session will highlight the need for resilience and robust continuity planning.

12:30am – 12:00am

A SUSTAINABLE RECOVERY NEEDS INVESTOR LEADERSHIP

The COVID-19 global health and economic crisis has highlighted the need for leadership and capital to be urgently targeted towards the vulnerabilities in the global economy. So what does a sustainable recovery look like and how can institutional investors collaborate to make sure it happens?