European Pensions Symposium / European Investment Roundtable

Sep 29th - Oct 1st 2021
Marriott Hotel
Copenhagen
About

The European Pensions Symposium and the European Investment Roundtable meetings will take place together this year to form one of the first and largest pan-European gatherings of leading investment officials since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. These well-established meetings have historically convened up to 100 European pension and insurance fund executives for a three-day programme of interactive workshops, panel sessions, guest speakers and social activities.

The 2021 meeting will offer a unique, off-the-record setting for attendees to share innovative ideas and best practice among European institutional asset owners and managers who ultimately set out to answer the question: What is the latest thinking on asset allocation, investment opportunities and risk management?

This is an invitation-only event and all discussions are held under Chatham House Rule to enable a candid exchange of opinions. The event is free of charge for qualified investors.

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Participation is strictly limited to qualified executives. Once registered, a member of the Institutional Investor team will be in touch to confirm attendance. Due to capacity restraints, all registrations will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.


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Agenda

The last two occasions when the European institutional asset owner community met in person, at the European Pensions Symposium in February 2020 and the European Investment Roundtable in September of 2019, there were deep concerns about indebted nations and debate as to where to find yield in a low rate environment. These questions were not new. There were also debates about what could spark the next crisis.

March 2020 answered the question on the crisis.

Now institutional asset owners face a new set of questions around how they transition their strategies to a post –Covid future. Is the transition to higher inflation now inevitable? In the United States the fiscal floodgates have been opened and a new global tax regimes look possible – what will this mean for long term portfolios?

Most importantly, ESG has logged itself ever more firmly into asset owner considerations. How will they fund and manage the risks of the transition to a greener future?

 

  • Wednesday September 29
  • Thursday September 30
  • Friday October 1
Dispatches from the Asset Owner Front Line

March 18, 2021

Written by Alex Beveridge


Immense government budget deficits. Low interest rates
and remarkably accommodating monetary policy. Sounds
like a surefire setting for inflation. Or maybe not....

Read more

 

March 23, 2021

Written by Alex Beveridge


The last big crisis - which I had a ring-side seat for back in
2008 - slammed the breaks on ESG investing. So I am happy
to report that this crisis has only increased its relevance. 

Read more

 

March 31, 2021

Written by Alex Beveridge


When I speak with the asset owner advisory board for the upcoming
European Pensions/ European Investment Roundtable, I never
suggest we debate value versus growth. And yet, it often rears its
head, as a key debate within institutions.

Read more

 

April 15, 2021

Written by Alex Beveridge


Just how will emerging markets bounce back as the world emerges from
Covid? This is one of the key questions exercising the minds of CIOs
and senior strategists who I have spoken to as part of research for the
European Pensions Symposium/European Investment Roundtable.

Read more

 

Attendees

In previous years, we have welcomed up to 100 senior invesment officials representing Europe's most influential funds such as the below. For your invitation to the 2021 meeting, please contact Sara Hegan.

ACTIAM NV
Alecta
Allfunds Bank, Spain
Alternative Equity Partners
Altis Investment Management
AP7
APG ASset Management
APK Pensionskasse AG
Asset Advisors
ATP - The Danish Labour Market Pension Scheme
Avida Internationl
AXA Investment Managers
Bank for International Settlements
Bank of Ireland Staff Pension Fund
Blue Sky Group
BVK - Bayerische Versorgungskammer
Cambridge Associates LLC
Campina, St. Psf.
CERN Pension Fund
Complementa GmbH
CPEG
​Dalriada Trustees
Danica Pension
Danmarks Nationalbank

Danske Bank
Deutsche Bundersstiftung Umwelt
Eurofer
European Central Bank
European Patent Office
Evonik Industreis AG
Ferguson Partners Family Office
Folksam
l​Fonds de Reserve pour les Retraites (FRR)
Gabler Wassum AS
Hamburger Pensionskasse von 1905 VvaG
HVB Pension Fund
Hydralis OFP
ILMARINEN
Industriens Pension
IOVIS
Jyske Bank A/S
Kosovo Pension Savings Trust
Local Pensions Partnership
UK London Local Authority
Luminor Eesti
MEAG Munich Ergo
Meyer & Cie. Allokationsberatung GmbH

Ministry of Finance
MN
MJ Hudson Allenbridge
MP Investment Management A/S
National Education Union
NEST Corporation
Nordea Group
Norges Bank, Investment Management (NBIM)
Norliv
Nykredit Asset Management
OP Financial Group
PBU
PBZ Croatia Insurance
PensionDanmark
Pensionsgaranti
The Pension Superfund
PFA Pension
PGB Pensiendiensten
PGGM
PK fuer die Deutsche Wirtschaft,
Publica
Realdania
Robeco Private Equity
RWE AG

Sammelstiftung Vita
Sampensions
Signal Iduna Asset Management GmbH
Social Security Fund Greece
Stagecoach Group Pension Scheme
State Super
Storebrand
Taunus Trust
TKP Investments
TPT Retirement Solutions
Triglav Insurance Company
Tryg Forsikring
Tryghedsgruppen
Unified Investors
Unilever
Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company
Velliv
Veritas Pension Insurance Company Ltd
Vida Caixa
Wafra Inc.
Widhaby Advisors
Wilshire Associates
YIELCO

Sponsors

This meeting will be hosted in partnership with the below sponsoring organisations. To become a sponsor for the 2021 meeting, get in touch

Venue

Marriott Hotel

Copenhagen, 1560
Denmark

Experience a blend of style and substance at the Copenhagen Marriott Hotel. Enjoy stylish suites and harbour views here in the heart of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Contact

For more information or general enquiry, please contact:

Alex Beveridge

Director
+44 (0) 207 303 1742
abeveridge@iilondon.com

For Asset Owners interested in being invited, please contact:

Sara Hegan

Deputy Head of Investor Relations
+44 (0) 207 303 1727
sara.hegan@iilondon.com

For Asset Managers interested in sponsorship opportunity, please contact:

Stefanie Sables

Head of Sales, EMEA
+44 (0) 207 303 1712
ssables@iilondon.com