Corinthia Hotel, Whitehall Place, London. SW1A 2BD
Starting at 09.30am and finishing with a networking drinks reception during the early evening.
We are thrilled to invite you to join us for this one day in-person conference where we will hear from asset owners, investment consultants and subject specialists on how we should think about our roles, our careers and the way we work in the post-pandemic era. Hot Tabling* sessions will be back in person, alongside a compelling programme to support your professional development, inspire your career journey as a distribution professional and provide tools to help you thrive.
The morning’s sessions will be reviewing and reflecting on the last couple of years, whilst after lunch, our speakers will be looking ahead to what might be in store for us in the future.
The conference will conclude with a drinks reception.
*For those who have not attended an AIMSE event with “Hot Tables” before, it’s an opportunity to connect and network, in small informal groups, with our speakers, asset owners, investment consultants and other industry leaders, and your peers.
09.30 – 09.45: Welcome and introduction by Chris Yiannakou, AIMSE Europe Chair, Managing Director and Director of Institutional Services at Loomis Sayles Investments.
09.45 – 10.30: The New Normal – Compensation Factors and Themes
Rupert will share his insight into recent recruitment trends in the ‘new normal’ asset management industry whilst considering compensation trends and influencing factors. Rupert will also share his findings from the most recent Godliman compensation survey.
Rupert Reed, Founder and Managing Director at Godliman Partners
Philippa Gray, Investment Director, Global Consultant Relations at Aberdeen Standard
10.30 – 11.00: Reflections from a Pandemic – what does 2022 and beyond have in store for investments?
With multiple roles across the pensions industry, Nikesh will provide views on the impact of the Covid Pandemic on DB and DC investments and how the combination of this with the CMA review will drive the evolution of consolidation in the UK.
Nikesh Patel, Head of Investment Strategy, UK at Kempen Capital
James Lindsay, Director at Natixis
11.00 – 11.30: Tea & Coffee Break
11.30 – 12.15: Asset Owner – Panel Discussion
Maria Nazarova-Doyle, Head of Pension Investments at Scottish Widows
Dr Stephen Barrie, Deputy Director of Ethics and Engagement at Church of England Pensions Board
Andrien Meyers, Head of Treasury and Pensions at the London Borough of Sutton and the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.
Clare Allen, Director, Product Specialist, Responsible Investment and Global Equities, BMO Global Asset Management
12.15- 12.45: Hot Tabling
12.45 – 13.30: Lunch
13.30 – 14.00: Death, Taxes and Technology Transformation: Life’s 3 great certainties
The debate around whether asset management firms need to invest in transformation tech change is redundant. They do, and all firms are occupying a space somewhere on their path to digital nirvana. In this talk Adam will take us through the key opportunities and pitfalls for our industry, focusing on our data, our propositions and the future of technology.
Adam Jones, CTO & Managing Director of Technology at Redington
Mo Khan, Head of Consultant Relations at RBC Global Asset Management
14.00 – 14.45: Investment Strategies of the Future
Sam Postlethwaite, Director, Global Consultant Relations, EMEA at UBS
14.45 – 15.00: Tea & Coffee Break
15.00 – 15.30: Developing your Career – Thinking about The Future of Distribution
This session will address the different trends we are seeing in the industry and consider how they might affect the future state of distribution teams: what will they look like in the future, which kinds of firms might be winners and what skill sets are important to thrive?
Charles Lake, Co-lead for NMG’s Strategy Consulting, UK
Lindsay Bass, Head of Consultants and Independent Trustees at LGIM
15.30 – 16.15: Keynote Speaker – What will the future look like and how will it change the way we live and work?
As the CEO and founder of GDR Creative Intelligence, Kate Ancketill has accrued more than 21 years of experience in trends affecting business sectors and consumer behaviour, sharing her visionary insights around the world. She is the innovation partner to around 30 of the world’s largest consumer brands, supplying market-leading consultancy and professional speaking to P&G, Tesco, Waitrose, Target, Sephora, Microsoft and Google.
Kate Ancketill, CEO and founder of GDR Creative Intelligence
16.15- 17.00: Hot Tabling
17.00 – 19.30: Drinks Reception and Networking Opportunity
Registration is open to both AIMSE members and non-members. The event costs £600 for the first AIMSE Europe member delegate, £500 for additional AIMSE member delegates from the same firm, and £1100 for non-members. A maximum of 3 people per firm.
To register, you will need your personal login details.