Investors are constantly looking at what the next drivers of growth will be, where they will be located, and who will benefit from them. Technology is enabling growth across the world, but what differentiates the hundreds of companies headed for mediocrity or failure from the few that will excel? And how much more room is there to grow?

Speaker

Mark B. Baribeau, CFA, is a managing director, the head of global equity, and a global equity portfolio manager. He joined Jennison Associates in April 2011. He was previously with Loomis, Sayles & Company for more than 21 years, where he was lead portfolio manager for the global equity opportunities strategy, beginning in 2004. In addition, he managed large cap growth portfolios from 1992 to 2010, serving as lead manager from 1999 to 2010. Prior to his tenure at Loomis, Sayles & Company, Baribeau was an economist at John Hancock Financial Services. He received a BA in economics from the University of Vermont and an MA from the University of Maryland. He has a CFA designation and is a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society and the National Association of Business Economists.

Moderator

White is responsible for the content across all Conexus Financial’s institutional media and events. She is responsible for directing the bi-annual Fiduciary Investors Symposium which challenges global investors on investment best practice and aims to place the responsibilities of investors in wider societal, and political contexts, as well as promote the long-term stability of markets and sustainable retirement incomes. She is the editor of www.top1000funds.com, the online news and analysis site for the world’s largest institutional investors. White has been an investment journalist for more than 20 years and has edited industry journals including Investment & Technology, Investor Weekly and MasterFunds Quarterly. She was previously editorial director of InvestorInfo and has worked as a freelance journalist for the Australian Financial Review, CFO, Asset and Asia Asset Management. She has a Bachelor of Economics from Sydney University and a Master of Arts in Journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney. She was previously a columnist for the Canadian publication, Corporate Knights, which is distributed by the Globe and Mail and The Washington Post. White is currently a fellow in the Finance Leaders Fellowship at the Aspen Institute. The two-year program consists of 22 fellows and seeks to develop the next generation of responsible, community-spirited leaders in the global finance industry.

Poll results

To follow

Which secular theme do you think is most compelling?

  • OneDirect-to-consumer models: E-commerce, EVs, entertainment
  • Tech enablers: Digital payments
  • Digital transformation of the enterprise: software as a service
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