This conference looked at whether the COVID crisis has had a pervasive impact on the investment landscape in the short and long term, and asked delegates to question whether some of the investment assumptions used in the past are still applicable in the future. It also looked at the influence of the COVID crisis as an accelerator for certain key themes driving markets; examined the way business is conducted and decisions are made; and tried to predict the impact of technological innovation on businesses, the way we work and the future of the global economy. Importantly it challenged investors to think about what needs to change, and hasn’t yet, and how the crisis can be a catalyst for new and improved business practices and investment allocations.
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Executive Director, City of Austin Employees' Retirement System (United States)
The sessions I sat in were very insightful and you had a great range of speakers. Nothing beats being at these sessions in person but it was a fabulous opportunity to get exposure to this symposium. The polling questions and being able to ask questions live also made me feel like an active participator in the session.
Senior portfolio manager, equities, Cbus Super (Australia)
Amazing speakers and great moderation.
Chief investment officer, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (United States)