After the Pandemic: The Future of the Global Fund Industry
When the COVID-19 pandemic ends, investors, businesses, and policymakers will face a different world. Global fund managers must navigate this new environment and an array of forces and challenges—weaker economies, stiffer resistance to globalization, distortions in fiscal and monetary policy, and intense emphasis on inequality and sustainability.
How will fund managers meet these challenges? Registrants learned how in a panel discussion featuring these key industry leaders:
These experienced executives brought their decades of investment and management experience to bear on the most pressing questions facing funds and their managers, including:
- How will the global economy recover from the COVID-19 pandemic?
- How have the pandemic and the economic response changed the political outlook in the Americas, in Europe, and in Asia?
- How has the pandemic changed China’s relations with the rest of the world, and what impact will that have on economic and investment prospects?
- Will Brexit and the pandemic response create greater unity in Europe, or greater division?
- How will ESG concerns figure into politics, finance, and investment?
This event was open to the media. For media questions, please contact Jeanne Arnold.
Unable to attend live? All registrants will receive a link to the recording.
Each participant who completes the After the Pandemic: The Future of the Global Fund Industry Webinar will be eligible for 1.5 hour of CPE credit in the field of Specialized Knowledge.
To obtain CPE credit for this webinar, you must register as a participant and stay online throughout the webinar. No partial credit will be given.
Learning Objectives: Provide updates on current developments affecting mutual funds, investment advisers, and financial intermediaries.
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Mode: Group Internet Base Course
No prerequisites or advance preparations are necessary for this program.
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