OUR Programs

Navigating the global
investment landscape

We are here first and foremost to listen carefully to the pension investment leaders in the room. These are many of the world’s brightest and best thought leaders and practitioners when it comes to public pension investing and long-term investing.

The Pacific Pension & Investment Institute (PPI) has held forums for over two decades that inform the investment decisions of the world’s major institutional investors as they relate to Asia and the Pacific Rim. These forums, exclusively for members, are conducted in a collegial, trusted, and marketing-free environment, which allows in-depth and off-the-record dialogue. This tradition of thought leadership and candid conversation are coveted aspects of the PPI experience.

The high quality of PPI programs can be attributed to world-class content, expert speakers, and the high-caliber international membership who attend. With titles such as CEO, CIO, president, vice president, ambassador, managing director, principal, and trustee, the rich knowledge exchange is uniquely PPI. Our members say they look forward to exploring the horizon of long-term investment opportunities and risks with their peers. As a result, they gain a powerful perspective which forwards investment leadership institutionally and globally.

Program Offerings

  • Winter Roundtable
  • Summer Roundtable
  • Asia Roundtable
  • Executive Seminar
  • Webinars
  • Grant & Partnership Programs
  • Publications

Focus on Current Economic/Geopolitical Issues in:

  • Global Investment with emphasis on Asia and the Pacific Rim
  • Asset Allocation and Investment Strategies
  • Risk Management
  • Corporate Governance

Scenes from the 2017 Asia Roundtable in Mumbai, India
November 8-10, 2017


Next Roundtable

2018 Winter Roundtable in Washington, D.C.
March 14-16, 2018

The Global Policy Outlook Amid a Return of Economic Nationalism

There has been a resurgence of nationalist economic policies in many countries around the world, both developed and emerging. However, their governments have offered starkly different levels of policy clarity and consistency on areas ranging from trade and foreign relations to taxation and immigration. Some traditional champions of globalization have turned inward, as they struggle domestically with political fragmentation, gridlock and shifting priorities, exacerbated by rising inequality. Will policy unpredictability be the new normal, or will there be progress on some fronts? How will multilateral institutions evolve, and will new models of global governance arise? How should institutional investors factor these trends into their long-term decision-making?


The registration window for PPI members is January 8 through February 9, 2018.


Plan ahead for our
upcoming programs


Infrastructure Seminar
March 13, 2018  •  Washington, D.C.

Winter Roundtable
March 14-16, 2018  •  Washington, D.C.

Summer Roundtable
July 11-13, 2018  •  La Jolla, CA
PPI 25th Anniversary Gala  •  July 12, 2018

Executive Seminar
October 14-16, 2018  •  Melbourne, Australia

Asia Pacific Roundtable
October 17-19, 2018  •  Melbourne, Australia


Winter Roundtable
February 27 – March 1, 2019  •  Los Angeles, CA

Summer Roundtable
July 10-12, 2019  •  Chicago, IL

Executive Seminar
November 3-5, 2019  •  Hangzhou, China

Asia Pacific Roundtable
November 6-8, 2019  •  Shanghai, China

2017 Program Partners

Africa investor (Ai)

Asian Development Bank (ADB)

CFA Institute

Global Aging Institute

RAND Corporation

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)

PPI members can log in to the PPI Community site for the archive of Insights reports and other resources.




With titles such as CEO, CIO, president, vice president, ambassador, managing director, principal, and trustee, the rich knowledge exchange is uniquely PPI.