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mallowstreet University Digital Roundtable: Addressing the Social Housing Crisis in the UK

As a result of many years of under investment, the UK is in the midst of a chronic housing crisis. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were over 1 million people registered on social housing waiting lists across the UK, many of whom have acute care and support needs. The extent of the shortage is such that it cannot be fixed by the public sector alone and institutional investment is urgently needed to provide capital to build homes for some of the most vulnerable adults and children within our society.

Please join Jennifer Ockwell, Max Shenkman and Ben Beaton from Triple Point Investment Management for a discussion around how pension fund assets can achieve a 4% net yield at the same time as delivering considerable positive societal impact.

This morning session is accredited for CPD points by the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and is exclusively for pension fund decision makers and their advisers.

Program

Time Description
08:45

Login and Access Meeting

The University Roundtable will take place online via a 'Zoom' meeting (a widely used webcast meeting provider). We will provide further information, including an access link and password to all attendees in advance of the event.
08:55

Welcome Address & Introductions

09:00

Presentation Jennifer Ockwell, Max Shenkman, and Ben Beaton

The team from Triple Point Investment Management host a discussion around how pension fund assets can achieve a 4% net yield at the same time as delivering considerable positive societal impact.
10:00

Questions and Close

10:15

End

Speakers

  • Ben Beaton

    Ben joined Triple Point in 2007 and was appointed Head of Investment in 2014. He has led on the sourcing and negotiating of a broad spectrum of investments including over £80m in the cinema digitisation sector and over £38m in hydroelectric power. Ben has a BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Edinburgh.

    He became Managing Partner in 2016.

  • Jennifer Ockwell

    Jennifer joined Triple Point in 2019 as Head of Institutional and is responsible for managing client relationships and developing institutional business in the UK and Ireland. Jennifer began her career as a graduate trainee at Morgan Grenfell Asset Management in 1999 and has held roles at Threadneedle Asset Management, Janus Henderson Investments and most recently at Franklin Templeton Investments.

    Jennifer has acted as a trustee director for both defined benefit and defined contribution schemes as well as for charity organizations. Jennifer is an active member of the Diversity Project’s Neuroinclusion Committee.

    Jennifer studied Law at the School of Law, York and is a member of the CFA institute.

  • Max Shenkman

    Max joined Triple Point in 2011 and has worked on investments across our product range. He has nine years’ combined experience in, corporate finance, consultancy and venture capital and was previously a corporate finance associate at Lazard.

    Max graduated from the University of Edinburgh.