|Event Date||Tue May 18 EDT (5 months ago)|
This mini-conference explores old and new methods for the attribution of performance and risk, combining traditional methods with some innovative thinking and worked examples. The presenters explore how investment managers might game the performance analysts’ methods to enhance their returns. The presenters will also provide an interactive and robust debate on the controversial question of the relative merits of active versus passive management. Statistics provided by Standard &Poors will be examined in depth during this debate.
• Are superannuation fund risks overstated or are they not taken seriously enough?
• Liquidity and Concentration Risks
• How superannuation funds might prepare for the unknowns
• Is the risk of unit pricing errors in a Black Swan event being given sufficient attention?
• Panel session – Risks from “left field” – the unforeseen and unprotected risks
• Fraud Risk: Why superannuation funds can be soft targets for fraud
• Operational Risks with Outsourced Investment Management
• Reflections on the risk governance framework
• emerging from the ASIC investigation of Westpac.
• How superannuation funds can learn from the Westpac risk governance framework
• Would more superannuation fund mergers lead to reduced long-term risk or would it
• increase short term risks?
• Less obvious risks emerging with investments in unlisted assets
CFA, Head Of Investment Risk & Execution Oversight, IFM Investors
Chief Risk Officer, Mine Super
Head Of Investment Risk And Compliance, CBUS Super Fund
Director - Investment & Wealth Advisory At Deloitte, Former Head Of Investment Risk, APRA
Managing Director Mcging Advisory & Actuarial
Independent Consultant And Advisor
Principal, Athena IOC
Head Of Australia & NZ, Castle Hall
Executive Director, Business Transformation IFM Investors
Trustee Board Independent Director, Ioof Holdings Ltd
Executive Consultant, Former Head Of Business Operations At Eastspring Investments And Head, Investment Operations At Pendal