mallowstreetThe events calendar for the institutional pensions industry

A selection of upcoming events from mallowstreet & our partners

Upcoming Events

June 2022

  • mallowstreet Real Assets Indaba

    to at South Place Hotel, 3 South Place, London, EC2M 2AF

    The Real Assets Indaba* is a chance for senior figures from the UK’s largest Real Assets pension funds to discuss key asset classes and investment opportunities for 2022 and beyond.
    Sponsored by
    • Aviva Investors
    • MetLife Investment Management
    • Natixis Investment Managers
  • mallowstreet University Dinner: What's Your End Game Plan?

    to at The Ivy City Garden, Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street, London, EC2M 1QS

    End game planning is now an agenda item at most trustee meetings and many schemes are have already started the journey that will take them to their final destination.
    Sponsored by
    • Rothesay
  • The Digital Silk Road Summit - June 2022

    to

    The potency of China’s role in shaping the world of the 21st century and beyond is no longer under debate: both geographically and economically, it has arrived on the world stage.
  • mallowstreet University Dinner: De-mystifying the Do's and Don’ts of Bulk Annuity Transactions

    to at The Ned, 27 Poultry, London, EC2R 8AJ

    A bulk annuity transaction can be the solution for defined benefit pension scheme trustees and sponsors looking to de-risk their scheme, either through a partial buy-in or full scheme buyout. But in a busy market, strategic planning and preparation are key to ensuring maximum insurer engagement.
    Sponsored by
    • Pensions Insurance Corporation
  • mallowstreet University Breakfast Briefing - 60/40: Challenging the Status Quo and the Role of Multi-Asset In DC

    to at Central London venue to be confirmed

    We believe we may be close to some significant ‘boundary conditions’ which could have a significant influence on economic conditions, financial-market returns and correlations. As a result, we think that a simple extrapolation of the past as a proxy for the future would be very unwise, and we believe it is important to challenge the status quo of multi-asset investing in DC.
    Sponsored by
    • Newton Investment Management