July 6-8, 2020  |  Pillar and Post  |  Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

This event has been postponed to July 6 - 8.

The Poison of Uncertainty

Ruthless policy is rattling markets. Trump has ramped up pressure on China and the EU. Brexit continues to cause great uncertainty. Climate change — and the horrors it will bring — is on everyone’s minds. These uncertainties are all poison for the economy and risk sentiment alike.
The fiscal side remains hesitant. The duty of accommodation falls on central banks again, but policy effectiveness is in doubt. While political risks are back with a vengeance, these uncertainties remain the key drag on global economic activity.
Investors in alternatives, however, can take advantage of these uncertainties if they are aware of the risks. Learn all bout the latest strategies for 2020-21...and increase your ROI dramatically!

Agenda Spotlight: Keynote Presentations

We have three outstanding keynote speakers at this event who will address the challenges of wrestling that poison -- and how to succeed.

With valuable insights from England, Norway, and Canada, you will walk away with information worth its weight in gold.

Meeting the challenges of uncertainty can be tough -- and now, you have the chance to hear some first-rate ideas to do just that.

Michael Azlen

Michael Azlen

Founder and CEO
Carbon Cap Management LLP
(London, England)

Jeanett Bergan

Jeanett Bergan

Head of Responsible Investments
(Oslo, Norway)

Keith Ambachtsheer

Keith Ambachtsheer

KPA Advisory Board Services Ltd.

The CAiP Advantage

Benefit from a controlled attendance structure that achieves optimal ratio of institutional investors to asset managers.
Source the most current and innovative alternative investment solutions from best-in-class asset managers worldwide.
Meet the foremost Canadian institutional investors, from coast to coast. In 2018, the CAIP speaker faculty represented pension executives responsible for over $1.6 Trillion AUM!
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