Event Details

When:

12/02/2019 at 7.30am for 8.00am to 9.15am

Where:

IAA Conference Centre, D'Olier Street. Dublin 2

Cost:

Pension Scheme Representatives: Free of Charge

Sponsored By

 
Lazard

Introduction

Navigating the Tides of Emerging Markets

Emerging markets have broadened considerably in the last 3 decades and returns, over the long run, have been strong.  However the asset class still presents a myriad of risks beyond what needs to be managed in developed markets.  This presentation will provide some context to this history, before outlining what the risks and opportunities are for active managers.  To navigate this asset class Lazard will emphasise the importance of risk controlled, style neutral approach in order to deliver the most consistent results for investors.

This event is open to Trustees only in order to facilitate open discussion. There is no charge for Trustees to attend but we ask that you book your place in advance.

 

 

 

Presentations

CPD

This seminar is allocated 1 CPD hour by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We have confirmation of 1 CPD hour from the LIA (LIA04886_2019), the IOB (2019-0651) and the IIPM under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours and category 3. Savings and Investments. If you have a query relating to the CPD hours, please contact the relevant awarding bodies.

Timetable

7.30am

Registration: Continental and Buffet Breakfast

8.00am

Introduction: Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF

8.05am

Presentation: Navigating the Tides of Emerging Markets

 

Q&A

9.00am

Ends

Speakers

click on image for biography Jason Williams, CFA
Lazard Asset Management Limited (London)
click on image for biography Jerry Moriarty
IAPF

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