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The 3rd Annual Infrastructure Conference for Pension Funds will take place in London on December 1st, 2015. Organized by Stirling Capital Partners, it is one of Europe’s largest infrastructure conferences for pension funds. Speakers will include representatives of the European Commission, World Economic Forum, leading pension funds and fund managers. LTIIA will also deliver a panel contribution.

Programme Highlights include:

Infrastructure Opportunities in Major Cities

Lord Michael Heseltine of National Infrastructure Commission – United Kingdom

Infrastructure within the Institutional Portfolio

Michael Drexler of World Economic Forum - United States

Infrastructure benchmarks compared with real returns followed by a direct investment case study

Global Hot Topics

His Excellency Marwan Al Sarkal - UAE, CEO IDFC India, CEO of Africa 50 and China Britain Council. There will be a comparative discussion between investing in infrastructure in each of these markets

Moderators will also include WSJ, FT, Economist, Investment Pensions Europe (IPE) and Preqin

The objective of this conference is to provide pension funds an opportunity to examine the challenges, risks, and issues involved in allocating into infrastructure assets.  It will be discussing strategies and tools used by pension funds to evaluate infrastructure opportunities and make responsible investments.

There is complimentary registration is available for all approved pension and sovereign wealth funds.

The event is hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright LLP on 1st December in London.  All queries should be directed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Full conference programme available online at: https://www.stirling-capital.com/program-2015/

19-20 November 2015 Paris Marriott Hotel

Long-term Investment Financing Conference

This event co-hosted by the OECD and Euromoney Conferences is by invitation only to participants in the OECD LTI project, long-term asset holders, policy-makers or institutional investor guests of sponsors.

LTIF Conference Working Agenda (PDF)

LTI Meeting Agenda 20th November 2015 (Word)

OECD/Euromoney Conference on Long-term Investment Financing 2015 CONFERENCE REPORT (PDF)

Programme last updated 08 October 2015: (PDF)

 

Opening speech by Prof. Franco Bassanini (PDF)

7th LTIC Conference position paper (PDF)

 

For further information and registration please contact the organising secretariat: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Access your account: www.lticmilan2015.com

 

 

The OECD Project on Institutional Investors and Long-Term Investment brings together the world’s largest pension funds, insurance companies and sovereign wealth funds to promote long-term investment (LTI) such as infrastructure, addressing both potential regulatory obstacles and market failures. For more information on the project as well as upcoming research and events, please visit: www.oecd.org/finance/lti 

 

OECD: Institutional investors and Long-Term Investment project meetings

OECD: Institutional Investors and LTI Future Research and Events (PDF) Paris 17 April 2014 

OECD: Project letter to LTI Club (PDF) Paris 18 April 2014

19-20 November 2015 Paris Marriott Hotel

Long-term Investment Financing Conference

This event co-hosted by the OECD and Euromoney Conferences is by invitation only to participants in the OECD LTI project, long-term asset holders, policy-makers or institutional investor guests of sponsors.

 

LTIF Conference Working Agenda (PDF)

LTI Meeting Agenda 20th November 2015 (Word)

OECD/Euromoney Conference on Long-term Investment Financing 2015 CONFERENCE REPORT (PDF)

The 16 founding members: ALTUM (then known as the mortgage bank of Latvia), Banco BPI, BGK, BOV, BDB, CDC, CDP, CMZRB, EIB, HBOR, ICO, MFB, NBG, SID, SEK, and TSKB launched ELTI stating they are:

 

'Conscious of the fundamental need to promote and finance long-term quality investment in the real economy in order to produce sustainable, resource efficient and innovative growth and employment helping the recovery from the current crisis and ensuring the well-being of future generations'

 

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The 2013 meeting was the first ELTI General Assembly (GA) and took place in the presence of almost all ELTI Members. Beyond internal procedures regarding internal rules, budget and guidelines for future membership, the meeting focussed on the Action Plan for 2014. President Werner Hoyer (EIB) closed the meeting expressing thanks to Mr Macka, chairman of the board of CMZRB, for offering to host the next annual General Assembly in the Czech Republic.

Contact

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