Volatility is once again dominating global markets. China’s economic slowdown, falling commodity prices and monetary policy uncertainty have triggered a crisis of confidence across all asset classes. As investors wonder what to do next, which sectors and markets offer shelter from the storm? Where are the opportunities for long-term growth? What future risks have not yet been taken into account? And what is the impact of this trading environment on the asset management industry?
The FT Investment Management Summit Asia will explore the turbulence in the markets and provide the most up-to-date insights, analysis and opinion on the major issues facing Asian investors, including the best approach on China, how to manage exposure to fixed income and equity markets, and the prospects for alternative asset classes like real estate.
The Summit will also highlight new trends and pressing challenges in the investment management industry, from digital disruption and the rise of robo-advisors, to the need to adjust business models to compete for new sources of wealth in Asia and address changing client expectations.
Now in its fifth year, the Investment Management Summit Asia provides an unrivalled platform where institutional investors, leading asset management CEOs, economists, portfolio managers and analysts come together to discuss the big issues defining the investment landscape.
Keynote insights from leading asset owners on how they are approaching investment in the next 12 months, and what they expect from their asset managers
Analyse what the future holds for China – is this key market experiencing a hard landing or is it an economy in transition?
Perspectives from global asset managers on how they are responding to the new global economy, and meeting the investment expectations of their clients
Dissect and evaluate the prospects for emerging and frontier markets following the ups and downs of 2015
Take advantage of unparalleled networking opportunities with chief investment officers, strategies, portfolio managers, economists and leading investment experts
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