Uncertainty risk from the coronavirus continues through 2021, with many institutional investors approaching the market with caution, and challenges abound. Strong stimulus and vaccine rollouts have led to record asset valuations. The gap between the capital markets and real markets has widened. Historical low-interest rates have made bond investments unattractive and high-valued stock markets intimidate investors. And restrictions on on-site due diligence continues to suppress overseas alternative investment. Those factors restrain new investment execution and portfolios rebalancing, resulting in unstable and unbalanced portfolios.
14th Institutional Investment Week Korea will show how Korean investors should rebalance their portfolios, build resilience within their investment strategies. It will also explore how asset owners should plan out their asset allocation and portfolio strategies under several different scenarios. Lastly, it will discuss ESG integration, and technology applications in portfolio composition.
From June 21st – 25th, 2021 (10:00am to 11:30am KST)
Day 1, June 21st
Paradigm shift- Where is the global economy heading?
Day 2, June 22nd
Exploiting buoyant equity markets
Day 3, June 23rd
Alternative investment on the ascent
Day 4, June 24th
Finding alpha in low yield bond markets
Day 5, June 25th
Insurance: Getting combat-ready for regulatory changes
Executive vice president & chief operating officer
The Future Hunters
Passive investment division, managing director
KB Asset Management
Global fixed income senior portfolio manager
MG Korean Federation of Community Credit Cooperatives
General manager, head of alternative investment
Local Finance Association
Head of team, alternative investment solution team