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Investment and Asset Management

FT Future of Asset Management Summit

Strategies for the next decade

New York |
Speakers include:
Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer Johnson

Franklin Templeton

Jose Minaya

Jose Minaya

Nuveen, a TIAA company

Dan Simkowitz

Dan Simkowitz

Morgan Stanley


Hosted by the Financial Times, in collaboration with Ignites and FundFire, the second annual Future of Asset Management Summit will bring together FT Group editors, commentators and key stakeholders from the world’s leading asset and wealth management firms to explore the resources, business models and strategies being prioritized to harness opportunities, and ensure long-term survival in a complicated investment landscape.

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Full Overview

This decade could be challenging for the investment industry. The prospect of low returns looks more likely with sluggish growth, low interest rates and elevated valuations. The wave of deglobalization, trade wars and political turmoil continue to create uncertainty. Covid-19 has brought the world to its knees, the resulting market turmoil causing heavy fund losses. The asset management industry is buffeted by fierce headwinds, with costs rising and fees falling. So where does that leave fund managers still facing regulatory and digital disruption? What critical actions within product development, distribution channels and investment planning will ensure the asset management industry can remain competitive?

Hosted by the Financial Times, in collaboration with Ignites and FundFire, the second annual Future of Asset Management Summit will bring together FT Group editors, commentators and key stakeholders from the world’s leading asset and wealth management firms to explore the resources, business models and strategies being prioritized to harness opportunities, and ensure long-term survival in a complicated investment landscape.


Keynotes (3)

Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer Johnson

President and CEO
Franklin Templeton

Jenny Johnson is President and Chief Executive Officer of Franklin Resources, Inc. Ms. Johnson is also a member of the company's board of directors. She is responsible for developing the company's overall strategic direction, executing on its strategy, and advancing Franklin Templeton's client-centric culture.


Ms. Johnson joined the company in 1988 and previously held the role of President and Chief Operating Officer. Over the past three decades, she has managed all major aspects of the business, including investment management, distribution, customer service, fund administration, technology, and the company's high-net-worth business. She serves as a Director of Fiduciary Trust Company International and several other subsidiaries of Franklin Resources, Inc.

Ms. Johnson has been named one of Money Management Executive's Top Women in Asset Management and was chosen by her peers as one of Ignites' Most Influential Women in Fund Management. She is a recipient of the Robert L. Gould Award presented by global investment management association NICSA, which recognizes outstanding achievement in helping the mutual fund industry better serve investors through customer service, thought leadership and technology. She has also been recognized by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business. Ms. Johnson is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, notably on the topics of leadership, technology and innovation.

Ms. Johnson earned her B.A. in economics from the University of California at Davis. She is a Trustee at Crystal Springs Uplands School and a Board Member of the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. She also serves as an Advisor to Shatter Fund LLC, a venture capital firm focused on investing in technology companies led and founded by female entrepreneurs.

Jose Minaya

Jose Minaya

Nuveen, a TIAA company

Jose Minaya is responsible for Nuveen’s vision, strategy and day-to-day operations. He and his leadership team set and execute key growth initiatives and provide oversight of all investment management teams and client businesses. He also chairs the Nuveen Executive Committee.

Mr Minaya previously served as President and Chief Investment Officer of Nuveen, responsible for overseeing all investment activities for more than $1 trillion in assets spanning the globe and covering equities, fixed income, real estate, private markets, natural resources, other alternatives and responsible investments. Prior to that, he led TIAA’s global real assets division, where he was responsible for setting strategy and developing our investment capabilities across real estate, agriculture, timber, infrastructure, energy and alternative credit strategies. Mr Minaya joined TIAA as a fixed income portfolio manager in 2004, and has more than 25 years of investment experience at firms including AIG, Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan.

Mr Minaya serves on the board of the Robert Toigo Foundation, an organization that fosters career advancement and increased leadership of underrepresented talent. He is also executive sponsor for the Inclusion and Diversity initiative at TIAA, working to build and promote a diverse and inclusive environment throughout the enterprise. Mr Minaya has a BA in Finance from Manhattan College and an MBA from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business.


Dan Simkowitz

Dan Simkowitz

Head of Investment Management
Morgan Stanley

Dan Simkowitz is Head of Investment Management at Morgan Stanley. Mr. Simkowitz serves on the Firm’s Operating and Risk Committees and was Co-Chair of the Capital Commitment Committee. He was most recently Co-Head of Capital Markets.
His client experience includes several of the largest IPOs in history; General Motors/U.S. Treasury, Facebook, Dupont/Conoco, KKR, Accenture and several of the largest financings in history for Citigroup/U.S. Treasury, Blackrock, Procter & Gamble, Verizon and Wells Fargo.
He was the lead capital markets partner for the Firm’s assignments for the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve during 2008-2012.
Mr. Simkowitz is a graduate of Harvard College and holds an MBA from Columbia University. He began his career at Morgan Stanley in 1990 and has worked in Tokyo, Hong Kong and New York. He serves on the Advisory Board for the Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing. He is on the boards of Theatre Forward and the Investment Company Institute and is a trustee for the U.S. Olympic Committee Foundation. Dan is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Urban-Brookings Tax Center’s Leadership Council and Harvard’s Committee on University Resources.

Speakers (6)

Erika Karp

Erika Karp

Founder & CEO
Cornerstone Capital Group

Erika Karp is Founder and CEO of Cornerstone Capital Inc. Cornerstone was created to catalyze the flow of capital toward a more regenerative and inclusive global economy. The firm seeks to optimize investment performance together with social impact through rigorous research that systematically integrates Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors into portfolio design. In seeking positive societal impact at scale, Cornerstone offers investment advisory and capital markets advisory services, underpinned by rigorous research.

Prior to launching Cornerstone, Ms Karp was Managing Director and Head of Global Sector Research at UBS Investment Bank, where she chaired the UBS Global Investment Review Committee and managed a global team of analysts and strategists. She served on the UBS Securities Research Executive Committee and the Environmental and Human Rights Committee of the UBS Group Executive Board.

Ms Karp is a founding Board member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), a member of CECP’s Strategic Investor Initiative Advisory Council, and an advisor to the Omidyar Network’s Know the Chain initiative. She served as an advisor to the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Market-Based Approaches initiative, a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Agenda Council on Financing and Capital, and as a member of the Program Design Advisory Council for Harvard Business School’s Executive Education Program on Innovating for Sustainability. She speaks at events including those of the OECD, the UN Global Compact and PRI, Oxford University, The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investing, Ceres, The Aspen Institute, and the White House. She holds an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a BS in Economics from the Wharton School.

Ms Karp presents and writes extensively on topics including: sustainable investing and finance, corporate strategy and business models, transparency and excellence in the areas of Environmental, Social and Governance performance, and employee engagement/diversity in the workplace. Her work has been featured by Bloomberg Businessweek, Barron’s, Euromoney, the Financial Times, Investor Relations Magazine, The Guardian, and Forbes. For driving collaboration across the capital markets, she has been named among the nation’s “Top 50 Women in Wealth” by AdvisorOne; one of the “Purpose Economy 100,” the “Good 100” and one of 50 “Conscious Capitalists” who are “Transforming Wall Street.”

Afsaneh  Mashayekhi Beschloss

Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschloss

Founder & CEO

Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschlossis founder and CEO of RockCreek, a leading global investment firm. Previously, Ms. Beschloss was a Partner at the Carlyle Group, Treasurer and Chief Investment Officer of the World Bank, and worked at Shell International and J.P. Morgan. She has advised governments, central banks, and regulatory agencies on global public policy, energy, environment, and financial policy.

Ms. Beschloss led the World Bank’s energy investments and policy work on sustainable investing in climate-related renewable energy, power, and infrastructure projects. She founded its Natural Gas Group as a transitional fuel to reduce carbon emissions.

Ms. Beschloss is on the boards of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, the Council on Foreign Relations, the World Resources Institute, and is the Vice-Chair of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). She chairs the National Geographic Investment Committee.

She is a recipient of the Institutional Investor Lifetime Achievement Award and the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award. She was recognized as one of American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking.

Ms. Beschloss holds an MPhil (Honors) in Economics from the University of Oxford, where she taught international trade and economic development. She is the co-author of The Economics of Natural Gas and author of numerous journal articles on energy, finance, and impact investing.

Eric  Johnson

Eric Johnson

President, Global Investment Markets

Eric Johnson is the President of the Global Investment Markets business for DFIN, leading the organization’s business and sales strategy and market segment execution.

Eric has served the financial service for more than 25 years, starting his career at Ernst & Young. His responsibilities with DFIN include sales strategy, business development, market positioning, and client success for the Investment Markets business on a global basis. He has demonstrated leadership, relentless focus on results, and passion for driving innovative technology solutions in the financial services segment throughout his career.

Eric received a BA in Accounting and Finance from Gettysburg College and his Masters of Management in Business Administration from Penn State University. His passion outside of work involves youth sports organizations where he serves on local community boards on a volunteer basis.

John Carter

John Carter

President and COO
Nationwide Financial

John Carter brings more than 30 years of financial services industry experience to his role as President and Chief Operating Officer of Nationwide Financial, which he assumed in October 2019. In this role, Mr Carter oversees the company’s retirement plans, life insurance (individual, business and corporate-owned), annuities and mutual funds business operations, with a focus on providing innovative products and solutions that protect individuals’ and businesses’ retirements and financial futures.

Mr Carter joined Nationwide in 2005 as president of the Nationwide Financial Sales and Distribution organization, where he was responsible for the wholesale strategy and distribution of private sector retirement plans, life insurance, annuities, specialty markets and mutual funds through banks, independent broker dealers, regional firms and wirehouses. Through his leadership, he successfully implemented process improvements and distribution alignments to address unmet customer needs and improve the customer experience.

Mr Carter became President of the Nationwide Retirement Plans business in 2013. Under his tenure, Retirement Plans’ assets increased 75% from $80 billion to approximately $140 billion, sales grew by an average of $800 million per year to $14 billion, and we increased the number of members we serve by more than half a million participants.

Prior to joining Nationwide, Mr Carter was responsible for wealth management and managed accounts distribution through all channels, and oversaw the sales of mutual funds, variable annuities and managed accounts at Prudential Financial. He also held executive positions with UBS and the former Kidder Peabody.

His advocacy for the retirement security of America extends to his board work with leading industry organizations. He is a Board Member for the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI). He also previously served as the Chair of the Executive Committee of the Insured Retirement Institute. In 2016, he joined the Board of Directors of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. He frequently travels to Washington, D.C. to lend a voice to regulatory and industry conversations impacting retirement planning.

Mr Carter holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration/finance from the University of Missouri.

Lisa Dallmer

Lisa Dallmer

Dimensional Fund Advisors

Lisa Dallmer is an experienced, customer-centric technology leader in financial services with a proven track record of operationalizing strategy and commercializing growth. Ms Dallmer brings extensive experience working with CEOs, sales, and product development teams to reach new markets.

Prior to joining Dimensional, Ms Dallmer was Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director at BlackRock’s Global Technology and Operations Group, where she led operating model strategy, operationalized platform technology, and drove tech-enabled transformations. She also served as Chief Operating Officer at NYSE Euronext in Paris, leading the commercial model for the technology and trading markets.

In 2011 and 2013, Ms Dallmer was recognized among Financial News’ 100 Most Influential Women in Finance for driving change across Europe’s financial services industry. She holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a BA from Miami University, and she received additional training at the London School of Economics.

Tim Gokey

Tim Gokey

President and CEO

Tim Gokey is the Chief Executive Officer of Broadridge. Mr Gokey was elected to the Broadridge Board of Directors in 2019. He was appointed President of Broadridge in 2017 and served as Chief Operating Officer from 2012 to 2019. He joined Broadridge in 2010 as Chief Corporate Development Officer and was responsible for the company’s growth initiatives. Prior to joining Broadridge, Mr Gokey was President of the Retail Tax business at H&R Block. Earlier, he spent 13 years at McKinsey and Company. Mr Gokey also serves on the Board of C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc


Chair (1)

Robin Wigglesworth

Robin Wigglesworth

Global Finance Correspondent
Financial Times

Robin Wigglesworth is the FT’s global finance correspondent, covering investing, markets, finance and economic issues around the world. He was previously the US markets editor, capital markets correspondent, and Gulf correspondent. Before joining the FT in 2008, Mr Wigglesworth covered the Nordic economies, politics, bond and currencies for Bloomberg News. He has an MA in History of International Relations from the London School of Economics, a BA in Journalism and Contemporary History from City University, and studied Economics at the Oslo School of Management. 

Moderators (6)

Jennifer Ablan

Jennifer Ablan

US Markets Editor
Financial Times

Jennifer Ablan is the US Markets Editor of the Financial Times, overseeing the markets coverage in the US and leading a four-person team on the beat. She is known across Wall Street for breaking big stories and getting inside the heads of America’s biggest and most influential money managers, including billionaire activist Carl Icahn, DoubleLine’s “Bond King” Jeffrey Gundlach, Pimco’s Dan Ivascyn, Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett and Bridgewater’s Greg Jensen. Ms Ablan, who joined the FT in October, spent more than a decade at Reuters as its US Investments Editor. Prior to that, she was Senior US Investments Correspondent at Reuters for more than two and a half years. Previously, she spent more than five years at Barron’s Magazine as a staff writer/columnist. She received the 2011 Rising Star award from the Women’s Bond Club, and has been named one of Business Insider’s “125 most important finance people you have to follow” on Twitter.

Hannah Glover

Hannah Glover

Group Managing Editor

Hannah Glover is a Group Managing Editor at Money-Media, overseeing several asset management and governance titles including Ignites, FundFire, BoardIQ, Agenda, Financial AdvisorIQ, Ignites Europe and Ignites Asia. She joined the FT Specialist unit as a reporter in 2007 and has worked as managing editor at Ignites and sister publication GatekeeperIQ. Prior to covering the world of asset management, she worked as a legislative investigator for the New York City Council and as a reporter at the Meriden, Conn. Record-Journal.

Richard Henderson

Richard Henderson

US Capital Markets Correspondent
Financial Times

Richard Henderson is the FT's New York-based US Capital Markets Correspondent. He covers equity markets and asset management across the Americas. Before that he was associate editor of FundFire, the FT Group's investment management news service.

Emily  Laermer

Emily Laermer

Managing Editor

Emily Laermer is the Managing Editor for Ignites. Before that, Ms Laermer was the Data Visualization Editor at Money-Media. Through that role, she was responsible for writing data-driven content for Ignites and BoardIQ. Ms Laermer joined Money-Media in 2015, after five years at Crain’s New York Business. She is a graduate of Northwestern University.

Billy Nauman

Billy Nauman

Reporter and Producer, Moral Money
Financial Times

Billy Nauman is a reporter and producer for Moral Money, the new digital platform and newsletter from the FT featuring news and analysis about the fast-expanding world of socially responsible business, sustainable finance, impact investing, environmental, social and governance (ESG) trends. Before joining Moral Money, Billy worked in the FT’s Specialist division for nine years as a reporter and editor. Most recently, he was the managing editor of FundFire, the FT’s daily publication covering the U.S. institutional investment industry.

Danielle  Verbrigghe

Danielle Verbrigghe

Managing Editor

Danielle Verbrigghe is the Managing Editor of FundFire, an FT Specialist news publication focused on the institutional asset management industry. Ms Verbrigghe previously covered the asset management and wealth management beats for FundFire. She has also previously written about wealth management for GatekeeperIQ, emerging markets for Bloomberg News and business for the Phoenix Business Journal. Ms Verbrigghe has an MA in Mass Communication and a BA in English from Arizona State University.


Agenda - 17th Sep

  • 8:00am
    Registration and Refreshments
  • 8:50am
    Chair’s Opening Remarks

    Robin Wigglesworth, Global Finance Correspondent, Financial Times 

  • 9:00am
    Opening Keynote Interview: Sector outlook
    • What are the innovations, market risks and global economic trends that will shape the sector beyond 2020?
    • How would a Democratic win impact the sector? Is the current administration a safer bet?
    • Is the future optimistic in light of the existing global economic challenges?

    Jose Minaya, CEO, Nuveen

  • 9:30am
    Leaders’ Dialogue: The power of scale
    • Will consolidation be crucial for survival within the asset management world? What is the risk of having a few firms controlling trillions?
    • What are the skills required from leaders in a rapidly evolving landscape? Do skill sets below the CEO also need to change and what are the priorities?
    • As asset managers become larger, what role will tech play in driving operational efficiencies and meeting global regulatory demands?

    5 min framer: Trends in M&A and global regulations, and inherent risks for the sector
    Eric J. Johnson, President, Global Investment Markets, DFIN

    Panel discussion:
    Eric J. Johnson, President, Global Investment Markets, DFIN

  • 10:20am
    Innovation priorities in the investment space
    • Which tech advances are fund managers investing in and what are the real opportunities, obstacles and practicalities to consider? How is ROI being measured?
    • Will technology replace or complement human intelligence in producing investment results? How can responsible behaviours be maintained when decisions are made by machines?
    • How will AI impact the asset management industry?
    • What is the bottom line impact of data? And how can firms look at data analytics from a strategic rather than tactical level? 

    Lisa Dallmer, COO, Dimensional Fund Advisors
    Tim Gokey, President and CEO, Broadbridge

  • 11:10am
    Networking Break
  • 11:40am
    Moral Money Live: ESG realities
    • What are ESG’s true positives, drawbacks and pain points?
    • Are consistent ESG standards, measures and reporting possible?
    • How does one reconcile positive environmental impact with negative social implications?
    • How does one cater for the next generation of investor?

    Moderated by: Billy Nauman, Reporter and Producer, Moral Money, Financial Times
    Afsaneh Mashayekhi Beschloss, Founder and CEO, RockCreek Group
    Margaret Franklin, CFA, President and CEO, CFA Institute
    Erika Karp, Founder and CEO, Cornerstone Capital Group

  • 12:10pm
    Fostering diversity and employee engagement
    • Exploring specific examples of programs that have been successful
    • How can women, minorities and people with disabilities be empowered to succeed in sales, investments and leadership roles?
    • Is hiring for diversity and driving inclusion at odds with the impact of innovation on business models and current recruitment trends?
    • How do you keep your talent engaged and prepare them for the future?

    John Carter, President and COO, Nationwide Financial

  • 12:30pm
  • 1:30pm
    The rise and rise of private capital
    • The rise of private capital is one of the big topics in the investment industry. What is the best way to navigate a world with a growth “barbell” between cheap index funds on one hand and alternative assets on the other?
    • What are the main drivers behind the rising investor appetite for private capital? How big could allocations become? Where will growth be the strongest?
    • Is there still an illiquidity premium to be harvested in private assets, and if so where is the potential the greatest? What is looking frothy?
    • What are the consequences of the rise of private markets? What does it mean for asset managers and public markets?

    Anne Walsh, CIO – Fixed Income, Guggenheim Partners

  • 2:10pm
    CEO Fireside Chats

    This session interviews key leaders on the long-term strategies and investments being prioritized to remain competitive.

    Interview I:Jennifer M. Johnson, President and CEO, Franklin Templeton

    Interview II: Differentiating in a global marketplace: the opportunities and challenges of running a bank-affiliated asset manager

     Dan Simkowitz, Head of Investment Management, Morgan Stanley

  • 3:30pm
    Networking Break
  • 4:00pm
    Opinion: Distribution Outlook
    • An examination of the winning distribution strategies – key learnings
    • What can asset managers do to get on distributors’ radars in a crowded industry?
    • Calculating the ROI of data analytics in distribution: how can benefits be quantified and costs estimated?
  • 4:20pm
    Keynote Interview
  • 4:45pm
    Closing Summation

    FT Group chairs will share and provide an opinion on the summit highlights and key takeaways.

  • 4:45pm
    Summit Concludes with Drinks Reception

Why Attend?

  • The summit will gather senior representatives from top US fund managers and financial advisors
  • Chaired exclusively by senior FT Group journalists, asking the key questions on the trends shaping and disrupting the industry
  • Case study insights from leading minds within asset management who are innovating key operations and processes
  • High level influential speakers and disruptors sharing their insights on what the sector will look like in the next 5 to 10 years

Who Attends?

The Summit will bring together C-suite, heads of departments and other senior-level executives in the following areas:

  • Asset Managers
  • Wealth Managers
  • Mutual Fund Managers
  • Hedge Funds and Private Equity Managers
  • Registered Investment Advisors (RIA) / Financial Advisors
  • Private Bankers
  • Fund Administrators and Fund Service Providers 
  • Custody and Risk Management Firms
  • Exchanges
  • Consultants
  • Law Firms

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Ignites, a service from the Financial Times, is the preeminent source for news about mutual funds that delivers must-read competitive intelligence to leaders across the industry. Ignites coverage focuses on distribution, marketing, regulation & compliance, people moves, C-suite &, strategy, technology, operations and more.

Key market segments covered include:

  • Mutual Funds
  • Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)
  • Variable Annuities
  • Retirement Plans (401(k), etc.)
  • 529 Plans


FundFire is the leading news service for professionals in the institutional and high-net-worth asset management industry. Daily news stories and online resources provide essential competitive intelligence on SMAs, alternative investments, high-net-worth investors, pensions, foundations, endowments, and more.

Special features include:

  • Daily & Breaking News – coverage of investment trends, regulatory changes, key people moves and more
  • FundFire Alts – a special weekly issue that focuses on the world of alternative assets
  • Distributor Profiles – profiles of key firms, investment platforms and gatekeepers at wirehouses, broker-dealers and other distributors
  • FundFire Webinars – live panel discussions on the most important issues facing the fund industry today
  • Search & Hire – a database that is updated daily with the latest manager searches, mandate wins and terminations


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Savvy Investor is the world’s leading platform for investment article and white paper distribution. Each month, around 30,000 white papers are downloaded from the site by our 45,000 members – more than any comparable platform.Quality of site membership is very high. Membership of Savvy Investor is restricted to investment professionals, institutional investors and their service providers.Savvy Investor works in partnership with asset managers, index providers and other organisations to promote their papers, to affirm their ‘thought-leadership’ credentials and to generate quality leads. Sign up as a member free today at

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