CAMRI ASSET OWNERS’ DIALOGUE (AOD) 2013

   Monday, 14th October 2013
11:30 am - 9:00 pm

Diplomat Hall, Club Wing - Third Floor
The St. Regis, Beijing 


By Invitation Only



E-flyer | NUS‐Cornell Global CIO Academic Survey Results (Sample Size = 26) | AOD Meeting Notes | Photos
(A few presentation slides are available below as web-links)
 

AOD is an industry leadership forum held annually for asset owners from around the world (sovereign wealth funds, pension plans, endowments & foundations, and single family offices). This dialogue provided a confidential and academically-moderated environment, where industry leaders from the asset owner community obtain an opportunity to meet and discuss the latest applicable research, set priorities, share ideas, brainstorm, and work towards establishing norms, best practices and, where applicable, suggest policies for the Asset Management industry. The AOD in Beijing also saw the launch of the NUS-Cornell Global CIO Academic Survey.  

Programme

 

11:30 am Registration
12:00 pm Opening Lunch & Speaker

Dr Wu Yibing
Senior Managing Director & Head of China, Temasek Holdings


LAUNCH OF THE NUS-CORNELL GLOBAL CIO ACADEMIC SURVEY (DURING LUNCH)


Moderated by Professor Sanjeev Bhojraj
Director, Parker Investment Center, Cornell University
2:00 pm PANEL 1: INTEGRATED INVESTMENT & RISK MANAGEMENT FOR ASSET OWNERS

Co-Chaired by:
Professor Zvi Bodie
Norman and Adele Barron Professor of Management, Boston University

Professor Joseph Cherian
Practice Professor of Finance and Director of the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI), NUS Business School

Panelists
Mr Guo Xiangjun
Chief Risk Officer and Head of Risk Management Department, China Investment Corporation (CIC)

Professor Mei Jianping
Associate Dean and Professor of Finance, CKGSB & Director, CKGSB Real Estate Research Institute

Dr Kim Sun Bae
Practice Professor, NUS Business School & Former Chief Economist – Asia, Goldman Sachs

Mr John Livanas
Chief Executive Officer, State Super NSW
3:15 pm DISCUSSION: QUANTITATIVE TAPERING & ITS IMPACT ON ASIA

TOPIC: IN AND OUT OF ASIA: THE AFFECTS OF QE (Click to view the slides)

Dr Brian Fabbri
Senior Research Fellow, CAMRI & Former Chief Economist – Americas, BNP Paribas

Chaired by:
Professor Joseph Cherian
Practice Professor of Finance and Director of the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI), NUS Business School
4:15 pm PANEL 2: REGULATORY & GOVERNANCE ISSUES

Chaired by:
Professor Anthony Neoh, QC, SC, JP, Hong Kong Bar
Member and Former Chief Advisor, International Advisory Board, China Securities Regulatory Commission & Chairman, Board of Trustees, Chinese University of Hong Kong Provident Fund

Panelists
Dr Teh Kok Peng
Chairman, Ascendas; Former Adviser and Chairman, China Business Group, Government of Singapore Investment Corporation & Former President, GIC Special Investments

Mr Paul Smith
Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, CFA Institute

Mr Heman Wong
Executive Director, HK Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme
5:45 pm Closing Remarks

Professor Bernard Yeung
Dean and the Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor in Finance and Strategic Management, NUS Business School

(Cocktails will be served before the official joint dinner featuring Professor Robert C. Merton)

6:30 pm OFFICIAL DINNER (Joint Function with i3 Global Investment Strategy Forum)
Venue: Statesman Hall, Club Wing - Second Floor

Keynote Speaker
FOUNDATIONS OF ASSET MANAGEMENT - A PRACTITIONER’S PERSPECTIVE(Click to view the slides)
Professor Robert C. Merton
Nobel Laureate 1997
School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance, MIT Sloan School of Management
University Professor (Emeritus), Harvard University
Please click here to see Speakers' Profile


Dress Code:
Office Attire                  

  

(Future Events will be supported by ABFER-CAMRI and be held in Singapore) 

        

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