The IAPF Annual Investment Conference

Event Type
Conference
Organizer
IAPF
Date
Time

8.30am - 1pm

Venue
Convention Centre
Description

The IAPF Annual Investment Conference will focus on one of the key issues facing trustees today – how to address the issue of risk but continue to seek returns. We will hear the approach schemes are taking including a case study from Liam Mulcahy, a Unilever Trustee. We will hear from the NTMA on Sovereign Bonds. We will also have a “Dragon’s Den” style presentation of some of the investment classes trustees may be considering with an investment committee of dragons making their decisions on those presentations. Throughout the day we will be examining how we make decisions as human beings and also allowing the audience to participate in the decisions. We will end with a presentation from one of Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs on how companies can thrive in a recession. This promises to be an entertaining and informative event.

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Agenda

Welcome and Introduction                                   Mark McNulty, Conference Chair
 
Derisking – The Unilever Approach                         Liam Mulcahy, Unilever Trustee
Sovereign Bonds                                                  Anthony Linehan, NTMA
How Decisions Are Made                                       Paul Craven, Goldman Sachs

“Dragon’s Den” of Asset Classes
Infrastructure                                                       Tony Lynch, Donadea Capital
Inflation                                                              Jonathan Gibbs, Standard Life
Emerging Markets                                                  Dan Morris, JP Morgan Asset Management
 
The Dragons!                                                        Martin O’Callaghan, IPT
                                                                          Stephanie Condra, Invesco
                                                                          Angela Docherty, Wilton Associates

Thriving in the Worst Recession                              Norman Crowley, Crowley Carbon
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Cost (members)
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