OUR PROGRAMS

Navigating the global
investment landscape

 

Pacific Pension & Investment Institute (PPI) roundtables provide members a unique opportunity to explore issues related to long-term investment. Limited to roughly 120 senior executives from the institutional investor community, these programs offer a forum for honest and confidential discussions on important themes and trends that affect asset allocation, risk management, and investment decisions.

In today's complex environment for long-term investment, the Pacific Pension & Investment Institute (PPI) helps its members explore geopolitical and economic issues and derive tangible insights alongside trusted, industry-leading peers and external experts.

 
 
 
What PPI brings together is investment professionals/asset owners who are from all (...) corners of the world, with different perspectives coming together in one location—trying to understand and identify what are the key problems and talk about how to then navigate those issues.
 
 

Scenes from the 2019 Winter Roundtable in Westlake Village, CA

…It is the kind of perspective that we need to hear, viewpoints from all sides. Unfiltered.
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Next Roundtable

 
EVENT DETAILS: The Langham Hotel Chicago, IL July 10 - 12, 2019  The PPI member registration period for this program is April 15 to May 17, 2019.

EVENT DETAILS:
The Langham Hotel Chicago, IL
July 10 - 12, 2019

The PPI member registration period for this program is April 15 to May 17, 2019.

2019 Summer Roundtable in Chicago.IL

TRADE AND THE HEARTLAND: FROM AGRICULTURE TO MANUFACTURING

Unresolved tensions between major trading partners in the Asia-Pacific region have disrupted a wide range of industries dependent on a network of international suppliers and buyers. Along with the renegotiation of regional trade agreements, the private sector has been forced to adjust to new economic realities that may become permanent. Will this turn into a multi-year re-allocation of supply chain networks? How much will this impact company earnings growth? Who might emerge as the new winners and at whose expense? Will global economic growth be boosted or slowed? How are trade renegotiations, increased demand from Asia, and climate change affecting the global agricultural economy? How have industries and institutions in continental heartlands such as the U.S. Midwest established vibrant connections with Asian economies? How are Western governments and their Asian counterparts grappling with the rising cost of worsening demographic profiles, in the form of entitlement spending? Why is Asia the fastest growing market for derivatives?

 

Plan Ahead for Our Upcoming Programs

2019

Summer Roundtable
Chicago, IL
July 10-12, 2019

Executive Seminar
Shanghai, China
November 3-5, 2019

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

2020

Winter Roundtable
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
February 12-14, 2020

Summer Roundtable
Vancouver, Canada
July 15-17, 2020

Executive Seminar
Tokyo, Japan
October 18-20, 2020

Asia Pacific Roundtable
Tokyo, Japan
October 21-23, 2020

2021

Winter Roundtable
February 24-26, 2021

Summer Roundtable
July 14-16, 2021

Executive Seminar
October 24-26, 2021

Asia Pacific Roundtable
October 27-29, 2021

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Latest Resources

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

 

Who Attends Our Programs?

 
Having a forum where you have leaders from the investment world and the government and policy world to explore and exchange ideas around what’s happening around the globe, it is unique.
 
 

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

 
 
 
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