October 15 - 17, 2017
The Institutional Investors’ Sector Meeting brings together leading thinkers and decision makers from different segments of the institutional investing industry, including asset allocation, manager research, investment strategy, and risk assessment. The meeting takes place in an intimate peer-to-peer setting where they can speak and ask questions freely. One of the focuses of the meeting is to convert challenges into opportunities. The unique think tank format facilitates intense peer-to-peer discussion and debate on current issues the industry faces. This has proven to be the best arena for actionable insights and takeaways; making the meeting highly effective and productive for all in attendance.
Connex Partners delivers a high-level and unique experience, in person, through educational discussion forums at the Institutional Investors’ Sector Meetings. The Think Tanks have an appropriate mix of institutional investors by type (i.e. endowments, foundations, corporate pensions, public pensions and family offices).
The Think Tanks focus on topics that are of greatest interest to investors at the times the Meetings are held. Investor-only sessions are devoted to portfolio level issues, particularly those of asset allocation, risk asset class level discussions, trustee/board level issues and other timely topics. Participation in Think Tanks is by invitation only.
Each Think Tank is limited to about 15 participants. Participants communicate on an equal footing as peer thought leaders (rather than through the more traditional, passive speaker/audience format). Only individuals with substantial investment knowledge are permitted to take a seat at the table. No press or service providers are permitted to attend the Roundtables. No tickets are sold.
To qualify for the Institutional Investors' Sector Meeting, participants must be senior level Investments executives who are responsible for making critical allocation decisions and who have fiduciary oversight associated with an investment portfolio with a minimum of 100M AUM.