14th Annual The Rights and Responsibilities of Institutional Investors

Mar 7th - Mar 8th 2019
Amsterdam
About

The 14th Annual Rights & Responsibilities of Institutional Investors will again be held in Amsterdam and co-sponsored by Institutional Investor and Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check LLP.

Co-Host

Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check

Advisory Board

Co-Chairs

Jack Ehnes
Chief Executive Officer
CalSTRS
United States

Henrika Vikman
Chief Executive Officer
Nordea Funds
Finland

Euan Stirling
Global Head of Stewardship & ESG
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Scotland

Christiaan Leussink
Manager, Legal & Compliance
ACTIAM
Netherlands

Harald Walkate
Head of Responsible Investment
Aegon Asset Management
Netherlands

Teresa Isele
General Counsel & Head of Compliance
AP1
Sweden

Richard Gröttheim
Chief Executive Officer
AP7
Sweden

Matt Christiansen
Head of Responsible Investment
AXA Investment Managers
France

Leif Hasager
Chief Investment Officer
Formuepleje A/S
Denmark

Sven M. Bauer
Head of Legal, Compliance & AML
Monega KAG
Germany

Rogier Snijdewind
Senior Advisor, Responsible Investment
PGGM
The Netherlands

Dewi Dylander
Deputy Executive Director, ESG
PKA/ A/S

Jacob Ehlerth Jorgensen
Chief Legal Officer
Sampension
Denmark

Jan Erik Saugestad
Chief Executive Officer
Storebrand Asset Management AS
Norway

Carolina de Onis
General Counsel-Legal Services
Teacher Retirement System of Texas
United States

Topics
  • The end of the free trade era: Impact on societies, businesses, and asset management and investment strategies
  • Corporate governance in your emerging markets portfolio
  • Must active engagement retrench this year? Are other issues taking precedence for funds and plans?
  • The end of the all-powerful Chairman/CEO?
  • Brexit: Are you ready? – The short term versus strategic implications
  • Workshop for legal executives on artificial intelligence/machine learning and what it means for asset managers
  • What does a proper disclosure regime for investors look like?
  • Is there a new class action regime developing in Europe?
  • Corporate politics: The upside and downside to politicians on corporate boards
  • Voting rights: Can and should all investors be treated equally?
  • China pivots: Impact on investments and corporate governance in China
  • In the race to find PE opportunities, are we seeing a loosening of fiduciary duties?
  • Where do directors’ responsibilities begin and end? And where do investors’?
  • The Big 4: Client interest/public interest/corporate interest – who are they serving?
  • Who can sanction the Board? What do you do with boards which refuse to respond to the demands of shareholders?
Agenda

To view the preliminary agenda for a full list of session topics, please contact acornish@iiforums.com

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Only qualified representatives can be registered to attend this meeting, but there is no registration fee for those who are qualified. Once your registration request is received, Institutional Investor will send you an email letting you know if you are qualified to attend. For further information, please contact Ann Cornish at +1 (212) 224-3877 or acornish@iiforums.com.


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For more information, please contact:

Ann Cornish

Audience Director
acornish@iiforums.com
+1 212 224 3877

 

Randy Kelin

Executive Director, Business Development
randy.klein@institutionalinvestor.com
+44 (0) 212 224 3629