The Investment Management Association of Singapore (IMAS) and Bloomberg are jointly hosting the IMAS-Bloomberg Investment Conference 2019 and will convene thought leaders and leading industry experts to discuss top issues affecting the future of investment management industry.
The Investment Management industry is undergoing an exciting time of transformation. The realities of Digital Disruption, new demands for Sustainable Investing and the rise of Alternatives are reshaping the way investors want to engage. How are these realities forcing change to traditional business models? How should the industry react and respond? What can we do to navigate these challenges and leverage the opportunities? Our distinguished speakers at the 2019 Conference will examine likely scenarios and share their insights on how the future of asset management will look like.
Aligned with the conference theme “Reimagining Tomorrow”, the IMAS Digital Accelerator Programme (DAP) will showcase Fintech solutions to business challenges faced within the asset management industry. The DAP will culminate in a PitchFest on conference day, where up to 10 shortlisted teams will present their solutions to targeted problem statements contributed by the asset management industry. More information about the DAP can be found here.
US-China relations are at an inflexion point – the outcomes of which will impact global economies, the stock market and investors’ market risk assessment. How will the geopolitical landscape evolve this year? What will investors need to consider in this new world order, where multi-lateral trade, globalisation and collective actions are no longer status quo?
The buy-side industry is undergoing a digital transformation due to cost and regulatory pressures. How is technology changing the buy-side industry? And how are leading asset managers embracing new technologies to enable greater operational efficiencies and enhanced automation?
What’s the next big investment trend that we need to reimagine? We speak to one of Asia’s most sought-after investors and one of the region’s most exciting companies about investment principles and the disruptive trends and technologies of tomorrow.
A constantly changing environment has led institutions to find ways to future-proof their investments. If traditional financial models can no longer be relied upon for long-term investing, can illiquid alternatives help diversify and add value to meet such needs in the future? What roles can alternatives like infrastructure debt, project finance and private funding help in future asset allocation?