During history’s turning points, fortune favours the innovators. As the world moves beyond the coronavirus pandemic and the global workforce entrenches the improved labour conditions it created, the need for businesses to welcome new ideas is at an apex.
At the 2022 Investment Innovation Conference at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Ariz. on Nov. 2-4, leading institutional investors and defined benefit pension plan sponsors shared the novel strategies they’re using to identify the innovative businesses set to thrive in the coming decades.
Find out what you missed!
Keynote session: How the pandemic kickstarted an automation revolution
Navigating the complexities of ESG in fixed income
Finding differentiated sources of growth and alpha in emerging markets
Using thematic strategies to derive more value from private markets
Rethinking the role of carbon-intensive assets in investment portfolios
Identifying emerging opportunities in ESG investing
Four major misconceptions about fixed income impact investing
Diversifying fixed income portfolios with alternatives
The role of innovation in high-yield corporate bonds
Investing in a time of quantitative tightening
Building the UPP’s ambitious climate action plan
Protecting technology infrastructure critical for institutional investors
Using AI to eliminate greenwashing and generate sustainable alpha
Pension funds urged to leverage value, profitability model
A Canadian view of the Arizona State Retirement System
Pension plan sponsors discuss role of communication, education in member engagement, support
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