Political disruption, de-globalisation and monetary volatility look set to dramatically alter the investment landscape. Investors and market participants have to adjust to the combined effect of Donald Trump’s Presidency, the inexorable march towards Brexit, the unpredictable impact on populism on the rest of the Eurozone, and a world without as much central bank liquidity to absorb potential shocks.
For investors, it is critical to rebalance portfolios for this new era and analyse the outlook for yield across the full spectrum of asset classes. Chaired by senior Financial Times journalists, the Investment Management Summit Asia will explore these issues in depth, and also discuss the challenges and prospects for China, India and other emerging markets as trade dynamics shift significantly.
Now in its sixth year, the Summit is an unrivalled forum for leading Asian pension funds, insurers, sovereign wealth funds, private equity firms, hedge funds and other asset owners and managers to share their perspectives on global markets, the key areas of opportunity and risk and the most effective strategies for growth.