Task Force on Asset Allocation in Europe: First Meeting

This Task Force aims to engage a diverse group of stakeholders in a structured dialogue to:

  • identify the factors at macro- and micro- level that will drive investment decisions;
  • analyse their impact on households/retail investors and on different categories of financial intermediaries;
  • put forward a list of recommendations to strengthen the long-term savings & investment channel in Europe.  

The first meeting focused on short vs long-term investment issues and the outlook for the asset management industry. The second meeting will delve into asset allocation trends by/for institutional investors. The third meeting will examine in more detail the challenges and opportunities for retail investors. The final report will be launched at a public event in Brussels, open to the press, in the presence of academics, high-level policymakers and market participants. For more information, please visit our dedicated webpage.

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14
June 2017
Wednesday
12:00-18:00

Speakers

Philipp Hartmann
European Central Bank
Anders Damgaard
PFA Pension
Guillaume Prache
Better Finance
Sven Gentner
European Commission
Rhodri Preece
CFA Institute
Bernard Delbecque
EFAMA
Amlan Roy
State Street Global Advisors
Jean-Pierre Casey
Edmond de Rothschild

Chair

Jean-Pierre Pinatton
Oddo BHF 
Karel Lannoo
CEPS 
Cosmina Amariei
ECMI

Task Force on Asset Allocation in Europe: First Meeting

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14
June 2017
Wednesday
12:00-18:00
CEPS - Centre for European Policy Studies

1 Place du Congrès/Congresplein, 1000 Brussels