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Investment and Asset Management, Insurance, Infrastructure, Emerging Markets, Banking and Capital Markets

Investment Expert Stockholm 2018

Navigating the Opportunities and Risks of Global Recovery

Stockholm, Europe |
Speakers include:
Stefan Ros

Stefan Ros

SPK

Anna Pettersson Westerberg

Anna Pettersson Westerberg

Insurance Sweden

Claes Ahrel

Claes Ahrel

Telia Pension Fund

Overview

Leaders from Nordic pension funds, insurers, sovereign wealth funds and asset management firms will gather at this, the FT's annual Nordic institutional investor forum, for high level debate, discussion and information sharing on the critical factors reshaping investment markets in a recovering global economy, influenced by policy, geo-politics and an increased focus on sustainable investing.

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Speakers (19)

Stefan Ros

Stefan Ros

Chief Investment Officer
SPK

Stefan Ros is Chief Investment Officer at SPK. He is responsible for SPK’s total investment portfolio and balancing the financial risks of the pension liability. He played a key role in the complete overhaul and implementation of SPK’s new and award winning investment strategy, a job finalised in 2014.  Mr Ros joined SPK in 2007 as financial analyst and was named CIO in 2009. Prior to joining the firm, he worked at Wassum Investment Consultants in various senior roles. Prior to that, he was a financial consultant and auditor, specialised towards the financial sector, at Deloitte in Stockholm. He holds a BSc in Economics from Uppsala University in 1990 and became a CEFA charter-holder in 2000.

Anna Pettersson Westerberg

Anna Pettersson Westerberg

Chief Economist
Insurance Sweden

Anna Pettersson Westerberg is Chief Economist at Insurance Sweden.  She is also Deputy Chairman at the Board of Min Pension and on the Board of the Association for Good Practice in the Securities Market.  Ms Pettersson Westerberg was previously Vice Chairman of the Board of the FSA (Finansinspektionen), Head of Operations Department of the Office of the Auditor General (Riksrevisionen), and worked as part of the Pensions Group under the Chair and Swedish Social Insurance Minister.

 

Claes Ahrel

Claes Ahrel

Managing Director
Telia Pension Fund

Claes Ahrel became CEO at Telia Pension Fund in 2014. The fund has over SEK 23 billion in Assets under management, making it one of the largest private pension funds in Sweden.  He has over 20 years of experience in asset management. Prior to joining Telia, Mr Ahrel worked in tactical- and strategic asset allocation at the Fourth AP Fund. Before that he was a strategist and manager at Länsförsäkringar Asset Management where he was also responsible for the corporate governance policy. Earlier he served as a portfolio manager at organisations including Nordea, Alfred Berg/ABN AMRO and Handelsbanken. Mr Ahrel is a Certified Financial Analyst (CEFA) and holds a BSc in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Lund.

Michael Timm

Michael Timm

Chief Investment Strategist
Nordea Life and Pensions

Michael Timm recently joined Nordea Life and Pensions as Chief Investment Strategist.  He was previously CIO at SPP Pension & Försäkring AB. He has been active in the asset management business in various positions at SPP, Handelsbanken and AFA for 17 years, spending the last 10 years at SPP. Prior to that he worked at ABB. Mr Timm holds a Master of Science in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, and a CEFA from Stockholm School of Economics.

Anish Butani

Anish Butani

Director, Private Markets
bfinance

Anish Butani joined bfinance in 2017.  He provides specialist coverage to clients seeking to deploy capital to the Infrastructure sector, with a focus on fund manager search, evaluation and selection in the infrastructure equity (listed and unlisted) and debt space as well as originating and assessing potential co-investment opportunities. Prior to joining bfinance, he gained over 10 years of experience with KPMG Corporate Finance based in London, where he was a senior member of the infrastructure corporate finance team. Mr Butani has significant experience acting as an M&A and valuations advisor to global infrastructure fund managers across all sub-sectors in the asset class, including renewable energy, regulated utilities, transport and social infrastructure. During 2016 and 2017 he spent time on client secondment at John Laing Group plc, the international investor in infrastructure, where he was responsible for leading and shaping divestment processes of their infrastructure project portfolio. Mr Butani holds a degree in Economics, Politics and International Studies from Warwick University.

Erik Callert

Erik Callert

Chief Investment Officer
Nordea Life & Pensions

Erik Kleväng Callert is acting Group Chief Investment Officer at Nordea Life & Pensions, responsible for the €45 billion balance sheet managed by the firm’s entities across Finland, Norway and Sweden.  Prior to joining Nordea in 2017, he served as Chief Investment Officer at SPP Pension & Insurance. He has been active in the area of asset management in various positions at SPP/Storebrand, Handelsbanken, Nordea and Alecta for 23 years. He holds an MSc in Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

Magnus Danielsson

Magnus Danielsson

Head of Investment Management
Wassum

Magnus Danielsson is Head of Investment Management at Wassum which encompasses both Portfolio Management and Manager Research. He has worked at Wassum between 1998 and 2006 and since 2011. From 2006 to 2011, he was responsible for Portfolio Solutions at SEB Wealth Management.

Pia Fromlet

Pia Fromlet

Senior Analyst, Macroeconomic Forecasting and Economic Analysis
Business Sweden

Pia Fromlet is a Senior Analyst at Business Sweden with responsibility for macroeconomic forecasting and economic analysis.  Her main fields of interest are monetary policy and international economics. Pia previously worked at the National Institute of Economic Research (Konjunkturinstitutet).  She hold a Phd in Economics from Uppsala University.

Marie Giertz

Marie Giertz

Chief Investment Officer
Kåpan Pensioner

Marie Giertz is Chief Investment Officer at Kåpan Pensioner, an occupational pension fund whose members are or have been government employees.  She was formerly Chief Economist at the fund.  Kåpan has about SEK80 billion AuM.  She is responsible for the firm’s macro outlook and ESG strategy.  Ms Giertz previously served as Chief Economist at SEK, the Swedish Export Credit Corporation, and before that Chief Economist at Länsförsäkringar AB. Prior to joining Länsförsäkringar she was a senior economist at Handelsbankens’ Economic Research department.  Ms Giertz has more than 25 years of experience in the financial sector.

Gunnela Hahn

Gunnela Hahn

Head of Responsible Investment
The Church of Sweden

Gunnela Hahn has served as Head of Responsible Investment at the Church of Sweden for ten years, where she has built up and developed the RI structures and content. The climate divest-invest strategy of the overall portfolio which started in 2008, has, in particular, been of significant interest to the investment community in Sweden and internationally. She is also engaged in several initiatives promoting long-term value creation in the financial industry and its role in the transition to a low carbon economy, and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in Agenda 2030.  Previously, she was a senior RI analyst at Folksam Insurance Group. She was one of the founders of Swesif, the Swedish Sustainable Investment Forum, served for many years on the board, and now chairs the election committee. She has also served on the board of Ekobanken.  In the past, Ms Hahn worked as a sustainability consultant for private companies as well as various public institutions. She also served on the board of a major public health care provider.  Her educational background is in international economics and business administration with a focus on the environment and science.

Casper Hammerich

Casper Hammerich

Principal
Kirstein A/S

Casper Hammerich is a Principal at Kirstein and has been with the company since 2010. He is focused on providing operational and strategic advice to international asset management firms. His advice is based on Pan-European market coverage of Tier I and II institutions; pension funds, insurance companies, foundations, endowments, family offices and IFAs.  He holds BSc and MSc degrees from Copenhagen Business School and the London School of Economics (LSE), and has held the CAIA charter since 2016.

Gareth Isaac

Gareth Isaac

Chief Investment Officer, EMEA Fixed Income
Invesco

Gareth Isaac is the Chief Investment Officer, EMEA for Invesco Fixed income. He is the senior IFI investor in EMEA with primary responsibility for leading the Global Macro team in London. His brief also encompasses a wider investment and thought leadership role working closely with the Investment Grade Credit, High Yield and Emerging Markets teams and the Credit Analyst team. Gareth is a member of the IFI Investment Strategy Team (IST).  Mr Isaac joined Invesco in January 2017 from Schroders Investment Management where during his 5 years there established his credentials as a highly respected investor whilst leading the multi sector investment team. His remit extended across portfolio management, where he led the multi-currency aggregate and unconstrained investment strategies. His asset management and fixed income experience extends to almost 20 years, working for organisations such as Newton, AXA, Société Générale and GLG.

Peter Lööw

Peter Lööw

Head of Responsible Investment
Alecta

Peter Lööw is Head of Responsible Investment at Sweden’s largest pension fund Alecta. He joined Alecta in 1998 and was previously Head of Risk & Performance. He has been a member of the management team at Alecta Asset Management since 2009 and sits on the board of Swesif. Mr Lööw holds an MBA and CEFA from Stockholm School of Economics and a Master in Finance from Stockholm University.

Lars Sundberg

Lars Sundberg

Head of Portfolio Strategy
Third Swedish National Pension Fund (AP3)

Lars Sundberg is the Head of Portfolio Strategy of AP3 ( the Third Swedish National Pension Fund) since 2017. AP3 is a buffer fund in the Swedish national pay-as-you-go pension system. The fund manages a global portfolio consisting of equities, fixed income securities and alternative investments with assets under management of SEK 345.2 bn as of 31 December 2017.  Prior to this role, Mr Sundberg acted as Chief Portfolio Risk Manager at AP3 between 2015 and 2017. He has a broad experience in the financial market. Before joining AP3, he was a portfolio manager at Den Norske Bank and held several senior positions as manager at Gotabank, Inter IKEA, ABB Investment Management, Erik Penser and SEB. Mr Sundberg holds a MSc in Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

Lauri Rosendahl

Lauri Rosendahl

President, Nordics, and Head of European Cash Equities
Nasdaq

Lauri Rosendahl is President of Nasdaq Nordic, based in the company’s European Headquarters in Stockholm. He is also Senior Vice President, European Cash Equity and Equity Derivatives within Global Transaction and Market Services at Nasdaq.  From 2009 to 2016 he was the President of Nasdaq Helsinki and before that was Head of Product Management for Nordic Equities and Nordic Equity Derivatives. From 2012 to 2013, Mr Rosendahl was also responsible for the Baltic and Armenian operations of Nasdaq, and later became Head of European Cash Equity and Equity Derivatives.  Mr. Rosendahl has over 20 years of experience in the financial markets, having held several senior management positions within securities trading, equity research and investment banking with several banks and brokers including Deutsche Bank, ABN Amro / Alfred Berg, Carnegie and Kaupthing. He also had a long career as a telecom equipment analyst.  Mr. Rosendahl is a founding member of The Finnish Financial Analyst Society and was a board member from 1989 to 1993. At various times, he was also board member of the Finnish Brokers' Association , the Private Brokers' Association, the Supervisory Board of the Helsinki Stock Exchange and the Finnish Deposit Guarantee Fund).

Detlef Schoen

Detlef Schoen

Head of Real Assets
Insight Investment

Detlef Schoen joined Insight in 2017 as Head of Real Assets with responsibility for all aspects of Insight’s farmland capability. Mr Schoen has more than four decades of experience in global farming and a multi-billion dollar track record as a senior agribusiness executive. Prior to joining Insight, he was invested in and personally managing grass-fed beef farms in Australia, having led the farmland investment team at Aquila Capital. There, he implemented a US$500m investment plan, mostly in New Zealand where, at the time, he was responsible for the largest foreign investment in the country’s agriculture. He started his career with Cargill where he was in charge of the European grain trading business – at the time the leading exporter of grains from the EU and a significant country merchant in the UK. He then ran his own grain origination company and later the global grain book for NIDERA - at the time the sixth largest grain trader worldwide. Mr Schoen is widely known for his thought leadership and is highly respected in the global institutional investment world for farmland and agribusiness.

Truls Cook Tollesfsen

Truls Cook Tollesfsen

Head of Investments
DNB Livsforsikring ASA/DNB Skadeforsikring AS

Truls Cook Tollefsen is head of investments in DNB Livsforsikring AS, the Life and pension arm of DNB. He also holds positions as board member in DNB companies managing alternative assets. He joined the company in 2001 and have had several different positions in the company, both as analyst, Investment manager and as CEO of DNBs fully owned property company, DNB Næringseiendom AS. Mr Cook Tollefsen holds a Cand.Oecon from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH). He is a Certified Financial Analyst and has completed an executive program at IMD.

Pontus  von Essen

Pontus von Essen

Senior Portfolio Manager
AP7

Pontus von Essen is Senior Portfolio Manager at AP7 since 2017. AP7 is the default choice for the defined contribution part of the government pension system. Total assets under management exceed 500bn SEK as of mid-2018. The continuous growth in assets have recently prompted AP7 to take on several development projects with the focus on risk diversification. Mr von Essen has over ten years of asset management and capital markets experience, and was previously Deputy CIO at Ericsson Pension with 22bn in AUM.  Before that he held several positions within the trading and capital markets side of the Swedish bank, SEB. Mr von Essen holds a MSc in Finance from the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE).

Rupert Watson

Rupert Watson

Partner and Head of Asset Allocation
Mercer

Rupert Watson is Partner and Head of Asset Allocation for Mercer’s Fiduciary Management business in Europe. He joined Mercer in May 2013 and is responsible for the asset allocation strategy of our discretionary mandates. He manages clients’ growth portfolios as well as the Mercer Diversified Growth fund.  Prior to joining Mercer, Rupert was Head of Asset Allocation at Skandia Investment Group and previously worked as a fund manager at Black River Asset Management, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Investec Asset Management and Merrill Lynch Investment Management. Rupert began his career at the Bank of England. Rupert holds degree in economics from Edinburgh University.  He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

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Chair and Moderator (2)

Owen Walker

Owen Walker

Asset Management Correspondent
Financial Times

Owen Walker is an award-winning journalist who has covered business and investment issues in the US, UK and Europe. He is Asset Management Correspondent with the Financial Times, having previously served as Commissioning Editor in the Special Reports team. Prior to that he edited special FT publications on corporate governance, retail investment and pension scheme management. He has served as trustee on the board of the Pearson Group Pension Plan and was a committee member of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees. Owen is author of a book on activist investors, Barbarians in the Boardroom, which was published in 2016. 

Pádraig  Floyd

Pádraig Floyd

Financial Journalist

Pádraig Floyd is an award-winning financial journalist who writes on personal finance subjects, particularly pensions, investments and workplace savings. A regular commentator on pensions and investment issues, Mr Floyd shares views via Twitter at @gogetemfloyd, his website www.moneyjourney.net and his Linkedin profile at bit.ly/padraigfloyd. He was a member-nominated trustee director of the Pearson Group Pension Plan and is a former committee member of the Association of Member-Nominated Trustees. 

Agenda - 17th Oct

  • 8:15am
    Registration and Networking
  • 9:00am
    Opening Remarks

    Owen Walker, Asset Management Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 9:05am
    Economist Dialogue: Navigating the recovery

    Pia Fromlet, Senior Analyst, Macroeconomic Forecasting and Economic Analysis, Business Sweden

    Anna Pettersson Westerberg, Chief Economist, Insurance Sweden

    Moderator: Owen Walker, Asset Management Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 9:40am
    Dialogue: Tackling the inflation, interest rate and tapering dilemma

    Gareth Isaac, Chief Investment Officer, EMEA Fixed Income, Invesco

    Moderator: Owen Walker, Asset Management Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 10:10am
    Fixed Income Panel: Effective strategies for the year ahead

    Fixed income markets are now more uncertain than ever amid diverging monetary policies, rising interest rates and the prospects of higher inflation.  How are investors shifting their fixed income allocations in the current environment?  In markets where complacency is not an option, is now the right time to take on more risk in corporate credit, convertible bonds, high yield debt and emerging market debt?  How important is inflation protection?  How should investors blend active vs passive fixed income investing to balance risk and return?

    Casper Hammerich, Principal, Kirstein A/S

    Michael Timm,  Chief Investment Strategist, Nordea Life & Pensions

    Truls Cook Tollefsen, CFO, Head of Investments, DNB Livsforsikring AS/DNB Forsikring AS

    Rupert Watson, Partner, Mercer

    Moderator: Owen Walker, Asset Management Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 10:50am
    Refreshments and networking
  • 11:10am
    Discussion: Maximising opportunities and managing risks in unlisted assets

    Moves by the Swedish Government to relax the limits on investments in unlisted instruments are timely, when combined with low levels of real yields and uncertainty about the fundamentals underpinning global growth. For investors looking to maximise diversification and the promise of uncorrelated long-term returns, what are the best approaches to access infrastructure, property, private equity, private debt and hedge funds?  Is the illiquidity premium still viable and how should they construct their unlisted portfolios incorporating direct and co-investments?  What is the best balance between unlisted and listed allocations in the current environment?

    Anish Butani, Director, Private Markets, bfinance

    Magnus Danielsson, Head of Investment Management, Wassum

    Katarina Romberg, Head of Alternative Investments, AMF

    Lars Sundberg, Head of Portfolio Management, AP3

    Moderator: Pádraig Floyd, Financial Journalist

  • 11:50am
    De-mystifying Farmland Investments

    Detlef Schoen, Head of Real Assets, Insight Investment

    Moderator: Pádraig Floyd, Financial Journalist

  • 12:20pm
    Investor keynote dialogue

    Stefan Ros, Chief Investment Officer, SPK

    In conversation with: Owen Walker, Asset Management Correspondent, Financial Times

     

  • 12:50pm
    Lunch
  • 1:50pm
    Address

    Lauri Rosendahl, President, Nordics, Head of European Cash Equities, Nasdaq

    Moderator: Pádraig Floyd, Financial Journalist

  • 2:10pm
    Equities Panel: Tackling the valuation conundrum

    Global equity markets are experiencing a bumpy ride after an extended period of financial market calm.  Valuations are increasingly stretched and the fundamentals underpinning asset pricing are coming under increased scrutiny especially as rising rates, tapering and geo-political developments hover in the background.  Should investors be concerned about the risks of a bubble, or is this a prime opportunity to capture profits?  How is equity performance in the US influencing markets in Europe, Asia and developing economies?  Which regions and sectors offer stable prospects in the long-term, and what are the most effective approaches to invest in today’s market?

    Claes Ahrel, Managing Director, Telia Pension Fund

    Marie Giertz, Chief Investment Officer, Kåpan Pensioner

    Pontus von Essen, Senior Portfolio Manager, AP7

    Lauri Rosendahl, President, Nordics, Head of European Cash Equities, Nasdaq

    Moderator: Pádraig Floyd, Financial Journalist

  • 2:50pm
    Sustainable Investing – Seeking out Value and Returns

    Investor demand has driven sustainable investing into the mainstream as many leading institutions seek to align with the UN SDGs and manage poor reputational, environmental and governance risks across their portfolios.  And with the launch of the recent EU Commission consultation on investor duties and sustainability, ESG issues look set to become fundamental to the investment process.  Some questions remain, however, about how sustainable investing impacts on the investible universe and the extent to which it can help or hurts returns. What are the most effective approaches to integrating ESG factors and maximising returns?  How are standards for ESG evolving, and what do investors expect from their asset managers?  Which sustainable investment strategies are outperforming - passive or active, listed vs unlisted, and which sectors show the best outlook for yield in the next 12 months?  

    Erik Kleväng Callert, Group Chief Investment Officer, Nordea Life & Pensions

    Gunnela Hahn, Head of Responsible Investment, Church of Sweden

    Peter Lööw, Head of Responsible Investments, Alecta

    Moderator: Owen Walker, Asset Management Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 3:30pm
    Closing remarks

    Owen Walker, Asset Management Correspondent, Financial Times

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Presented by (1)

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT marks 130 years in 2018 with a record paying readership of more than 940,000, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc, which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.

Lead Sponsors (2)

Insight Investment has built a unique investment platform that delivers outcome-oriented investment solutions. Our clients are among the most sophisticated institutional investors in the world and include leading insurers, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and corporations. Our investment strategies include fixed income portfolios focusing on assets ranging from conventional sovereign and corporate bonds to emerging market debt and illiquid credit. Our strategies are designed to evolve dynamically to meet changing needs and stay ahead of market and regulatory developments.

Invesco is one of the world’s leading independent asset managers, offering institutions diversified strategies and solutions spanning equities, fixed income, multi asset, real estate, private equity and other alternatives. We’re recognised for providing specialist investment expertise and insight across an ever-widening range of investment capabilities, supporting insurance companies, local authority and corporate pension schemes. While clients choose Invesco for many reasons, our high conviction style, passion to exceed and commitment to providing a superior investment experience underpins everything we do.

Exhibitors (3)

GAM is a leading independent asset management group focused on providing active investment solutions to institutions and intermediaries. With assets under management of EUR 119 billion, GAM employs over 1,000 people in 13 countries and is publicly listed in Switzerland, on the SIX Swiss Exchange. For over three decades, GAM has developed a comprehensive range of investment solutions across asset classes, with core capabilities in Absolute Return, Alternatives, Fixed Income, Equities and Systematic Solutions. GAM is a global firm in scale and resources yet remains nimble enough to meet clients’ needs. GAM: advancing potential.

Since its founding in 1929, Lord Abbett has maintained a singular focus on the management of money. One hundred percent of the firm’s operating revenues are derived from this one activity. Lord Abbett remains an independent privately held firm, and has established a heritage of influence and innovation in the asset management industry.

As an investment-led firm, Lord Abbett evaluates every decision from an investment perspective in an effort to achieve superior, long-term investment performance. The firm’s approach is based on a philosophical belief in active management characterized by teamwork and collaboration, a commitment to research – both fundamental and quantitative – and an adherence to risk management.

As an investor-focused firm, Lord Abbett evaluates every decision from an investor perspective to ensure that the firm acts in the best interest of its clients. Lord Abbett is committed to providing every client with its independent perspective, its breadth of resources, and its range of intelligently designed investment strategies.

Pictet Asset Management is an independent asset manager, overseeing over USD 197 billion as at 31 December 2017 for our clients across a range of equity, fixed income, alternative and multi asset products. We provide specialist investment services through segregated accounts and investment funds to some of the world’s largest pension funds, financial institutions, sovereign wealth funds, intermediaries and their clients. 

Our business is investment led and centred around a long-term perspective with a dedication to client service. Our aim is to be the investment partner of choice to our clients. This means giving them our undivided attention, offering pioneering strategies and being committed to excellence.

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