European Investor Summit - Paris
Societe Generale Securities Services is proud to organise the first edition of its European Investor Summit in Paris on November 21st, 2019.
The European Investor Summit will gather over 200 Asset Owners, Fund Managers and Finance professionals in Paris for one day to discuss the current and future challenges and opportunities of our industry. Do not miss your chance to get first-hand information and insight on our industry and to network with your peers.
Spaces are limited, so please register now to confirm your participation and receive further information!
Start at 8:30 am - End at 6:00 pm
will be announced shortly
- Economic overview: what to expect in the Investment and Asset Management industry?
- Low interest rates, a never ending story?
- Will rising global trade tensions impact the industry in the long run?
- Brexit: should I stay, or should I go?
- Is European regulation still defending the interests of European investors?
- Active vs passive asset management: enemies or brothers?
- How can investor confidence in active asset management be restored and how can it be made attractive again?
- Active or passive investment: can’t we get the “best of both worlds”?
- Are passive strategies, artificial intelligence and ESG keys to the renewal of asset management?
- Sustainable and responsible investment: 50 shades of commitment
- Is regulation going to provide a much needed common framework?
- Is it easy being green and socially responsible at the same time?
- Is impact investing going to remain marginal or become mainstream?
- Can passive asset management strategies be sustainable and responsible?
- Private equity and real estate: long lasting trend?
- Can investment in these asset classes increase further? Is the supply sufficient or will new assets be of a lower quality?
- Are these illiquid assets a mere diversification option or an allocation strategy in their own right?
- Can illiquid assets be integrated into the management of traditional funds?
- Speculative bubble: tangible threat or recurrent fear of timid investors?