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FIS Cambridge '19

What can the past teach us?

Institutional investors' investment strategy should be serving the China middle class and the dislocation from within Asia, according to Stephen Kotkin,Professor of History and International Affairs at Princeton University speaking at the Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Cambridge University. He explored what the geopolitical conflicts of the past can teach us about the future. He looked at some of the key points in history, how China, the European Union and the US have survived, and what it means for the future.
Milken Global Conference

Changing reporting to the long term

The $3.5 billion Carnegie Foundation doesn’t report quarterly numbers and at its board meeting it doesn’t discuss performance at all. Pension funds looking to change behaviours towards a long term investing orientation could take heed from such foundations in how they report to their boards about performance.
Milken Global Conference

Milken Conference 2019 Photo Gallery

The Milken Institute Global Conference attracted more than 4,000 leaders from 60 countries to delve into the risks and opportunities in the global economy, addressing issues of gender equality, medical research, cybersecurity, tech regulation, and innovation. Here are some photos from the conference.