The Pacific Pension & Investment Institute (PPI) was incorporated in 1998 as an educational nonprofit organization. However, the PPI community regards its origins several years prior in the early 1990s, when founder H. Lawrence Hull, Jr., hosted at his home a small group of friends who were senior-level institutional investment peers. The group had a common mission, to deliver positive returns for their beneficiaries and stakeholders, and they looked to each other and the experts they invited to join them to explore the new opportunities emerging in the Asia-Pacific region.
Throughout the next several years as the membership grew and began taking shape as a global organization, PPI was steadfast in maintaining the spirit of community and a clear-eyed focus on the Pacific Rim. PPI members have continued to meet regularly for more than twenty-five years to gain a deeper understanding of the investment landscape and horizon.
Today, PPI membership is highly desired. Membership is intentionally limited to approximately 120 organizations worldwide. Similarly, PPI limits roundtable attendance to roughly 120 senior executives from among our institutional investor community and invited guests. Our world-class programs offer a forum for honest and confidential discussions on important themes and trends that affect asset allocation, risk management, and investment decisions. With over 25 trillion USD in assets under management, advisement, and administration, the PPI community represents a powerful force in the global economy.
太平洋养老金与投资协会是一家于1998年正式成立的教育类非盈利机构。但其渊源可以追溯到九十年代早期由创始人H. Lawrence Hull, Jr.先生在家中举办的小型聚会，与会高朋都是资深的机构投资界人士。他们怀有共同的投资使命，并通过与专家以及相互之间的交流，不断开拓在亚洲及太平洋地区的投资机会。