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2016: LOOKING AHEAD

WELCOME TO 2016!

We begin the year with the expression of heartfelt gratitude to all members of PPI and the celebration of our many accomplishments last year. We will share a more thorough review of 2015 in the Annual Report in March, but today I present to you, in the trendy online listicle format... 

FIVE OF PPI'S BRIGHTEST LIGHTS IN 2015 AND
WHAT THEY ILLUMINATE AS WE LOOK AHEAD TO 2016

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2015 Summer Roundtable Insights

The 2015 PPI Summer Roundtable, held in San Francisco, California, focused on the role of real assets in the modern institutional investor portfolio. Over two days, the topic generated discussion and exploration on the theme, one that has been growing in importance for many of PPI’s members. While some institutional investors have had significant real asset holdings since the 1980s, it has only been the past fifteen years that investors have seen significant expansion beyond real estate... READ MORE

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PPI Annual Report 2014

PPI is deligthed to share with you our Annual Report 2014. The past year was marked by major transitions and critical steps forward. We hope you will enjoy looking back at the highlights of 2014 with an appreciation for all that we accomplished and the tremendous potential that was generated during the last year.

The report is available to you digitally in two formats: a dynamic online experience and a traditional PDF version that you can view off-line or print. If you use a tablet or smartphone, the online version will adjust to fit the width of the browser.

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2015 Winter Roundtable Insights

The 2015 Winter Roundtable, held in Rancho Palos Verdes outside of Los Angeles, revolved around the topic of “responsible investing." The topic generated lively discussions throughout the course of the event over two days and evenings. Beyond a general acknowledgement of the importance of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues for long-term institutional investors, a wide array of perspectives were expressed, highlighting a lack of consensus among participants on how to address these issues in their investment programs, if at all....  READ MORE

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