Sample Investor Delegates
Alberta Investment Management Corporation
APG Asset Management
BBC Pension
British Columbia Investment Management Corp.
California Institute of Technology Investment Office
Central Provident Fund (Singapore)
China Investment Corporation
CPP Investment Board
Emirates Investment Authority
Employees’ Retirement System, State of Hawaii
Employees’ Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas
Fonds de réserve pour les retraites
Fonds Marocain de Développement Touristique
Frankfort Police Pension Fund
Fundo Soberano de Angola
Future Fund (Australia)
General Corporation for Social Security (Yemen)
GIC Private Limited
Government Pension Investment Fund (Japan)
Hellenic Pension Mutual Fund Management
JSC Partnership Fund (Georgia)
Khazanah Nasional
Korea Investment Corporation
Kuwait Investment Authority
Lockheed Martin Investment Management Co.
Los Angeles Fire and Police Pensions
Mubadala Development Co.
Mumtalakat Holdings
National Health Insurance Service (S. Korea)
National University of Singapore
New Mexico State Investment Office
New York City Retirement System
New Zealand Superannuation Fund
Norges Bank Investment Management
North Carolina Department of State Treasurer
Oman Investment Fund
Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
Palestine Investment Fund
PSP Investments
Public Investment Corporation (S. Africa)
Qatar Investment Authority
Queensland Investment Corporation
Russian Direct Investment Fund
San Jose Police and Fire Retirement Plan
Saudi Fund for Development
State Capital Investment Corporation (Vietnam)
State Oil Fund of the Republic of Azerbaijan
State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB)
Teacher Retirement System of Texas
Temasek Holdings
Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)
United Nations JS Pension Fund IMS
Utah Retirement Systems
Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company
VER The State Pension Fund (Finland)
Virginia Retirement System
Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office
Austrian National Bank
Bank for International Settlements
Bank of Finland
Bank of Korea
Bank of Italy
Bank of Papua New Guinea
Bank of Thailand
Banque Central du Luxembourg
Bank Indonesia
Banque de France
California State Treasurer
Central Bank of Egypt
Central Bank of Ghana
Central Bank of Malta
Central Bank of Mongolia
Central Bank of Suriname
Croatian National Bank
Czech National Bank
Deutsche Bundesbank
European Central Bank
HM Treasury
Ministry of Finance, Panamá
Ministry of Economy and Finance of Peru
Monetary Authority of Singapore
Norwegian Ministry of Finance
Turkish Treasury
U.S. Department of the Treasury
CERN (Pension)
City of London
Daegu-Gyeongbuk Free Economic Zone Auth.
Estonian Development Fund
Eurasian Development Bank
European Commission
European Financial Stability Facility
European Investment Bank
Foreign Affairs, Trade &Development Canada
Government of Australia
Greater London Authority
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Defence (Singapore)
Mongolian Ministry of Industry
Nevada Commission on Economic Dev.
Office of the Turkish Prime Minister
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Singapore Tote Board
SME Development Fund of Mongolia
Stanford Management Company
Vertex Venture Management
Ministry of Finance, Chile*
UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust*


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Rachel Pether, CFA

Rachel Pether is a television news anchor, CFA Charterholder, AMCT holder, member of Mensa, published author and Treasury professional.

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A trained journalist with over 5 years’ experience at the BBC, Rachel is currently the Content Director at Fuel Media, where she moderates financial events for blue-chip clients, provides digital content for financial institutions and writes articles for the CFA Institute and the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT).

As a qualified investment professional with 7 years of experience at Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala), one of the Middle East’s largest sovereign wealth funds, Rachel has an exceptional understanding of the financial markets and business strategy. While at Mubadala, she managed their inaugural public disclosure of financial data, including the annual report, interim financial statements on a semi-annual basis and Mubadala’s first investor-led results call. Mubadala achieved a perfect 10 in the Linaburg-Maduell Transparency Index in 2009, the first company in the Middle East to achieve such a rating.

In 2014, the ACT named her “The One to Watch” in Treasury. She has been a guest speaker at numerous events for the Association of Corporate Treasurers Middle East (ACTME), including career evenings and the ACTME annual conference 2014.

With countless hours of television footage to her name, she has the proven ability to bring video content and live events to life. In an effort to satiate her passion for healthy living (she was born in New Zealand after all…), Rachel currently hosts What’s Up, a one-hour weekly television show focusing on fitness, healthy living, sports and lifestyle on Physique TV. She has interviewed global sports stars such as Manny Pacquiao and Jelena Jankovic, through to celebrity chefs and members of the Executive Council.

In 2009 Rachel published her first book – Jandal Prints on the Globe – and helped to establish a charity called Espoir so that sale proceeds could go towards supporting entrepreneurship for the youth of New Zealand.

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25 April 2016

7:00 – 7:55am Breakfast
8:00 – 8:25am Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute: Welcome & Introductions
8:30 – 8:55am Opening Keynote Address
9:00 – 9:55am The Asian Century: The Great Adjustment
Is China the new Japan? With China’s economy gradually slowing down, how is it affecting other countries in the region? To combat the malaise, Asian nations have taken some measures into their own hands – creating development institutions, domestic pensions investing more into listed equities and mega infrastructure initiatives. How can institutional investors position themselves to take advantage of these trends?
10:00 – 10:25am Networking / Break
10:30 – 11:25am Counterparties, Collateral and Compliance
Get the latest information and intelligence on regulations, collateral management practices and compliance rules. Dodd-Frank, EMIR, Basel III and more. What are the role of CCPs in the market?
11:30 – 12:00pm Keynote Speaker
12:00 – 1:10pm Lunch
1:25 – 2:10pm Investment Strategies for the Future
What are smart asset owners doing in this current environment? How can institutional investors meet their return expectations in 2016?
2:15 – 3:00pm Being Successful in Real Asset Investing
More Asian institutional investors have indicated a preference for investing in real assets such as real estate, infrastructure and, at times, commodities. This panel will discuss the various ways investors are accessing these particular markets.
3:05 – 3:35pm Keynote Speaker
3:40 – 5:00pm Break
5:00 – 7:30pm Afternoon Networking Event
7:30 – 8:30pm Cocktail Reception
8:30 – 10:00pm The Summit Welcome Dinner

26 April 2016

7:00 – 7:55am Breakfast
8:00 – 8:25am Beginning Keynote Day 2
8:30 – 9:25am Are We Ready for Emerging Markets Again?
Emerging markets as an asset class was very popular before developed markets experienced rallies. Will emerging markets being making a comeback? Is it worth the risk? In this session, the panelists will chat about their views on emerging markets across the world.
9:30 – 10:00am Keynote Address
10:00 – 10:20am Networking / Break
10:30 – 11:25am Innovative Trends in Factor-Based Investing
With more institutional investors adopting factor-based strategies, how can investors navigate through the exhaustive list of options? What are some common ways to implement these strategies into a portfolio?
11:30 – 11:55am Keynote Address
12:00 – 1:10pm Lunch
1:15 – 2:15pm Walking a Tight Rope: Regulations, Risks and Policy Shifts
This panel will discuss the complexities of investing in different regimes and the rules that impact them.
2:20 – 3:15pm The Honest Truth: A Sensible Investment Outlook
This panel will examine the investment outlook for the remainder of 2016 and the beginning of 2017. What are the current trends, risks, unknowns and latest investment tactics?
3:15 – 3:45pm Closing Keynote Address
3:50pm Concluding Remarks

Updated: 15 November 2015



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Investment strategies and tactics
Central banking and monetary policy
Investment strategy
Asset allocation
Institutional collaboration
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Compliance and counterparties
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Institutional real estate
Private equity
Equities, commodities, fixed income
Global economics
Risk management
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