Upcoming Events

AsianInvestor 2020 Events Calendar

AsianInvestor 2020 Events Highlight

Bringing together the region's leaders in the institutional investment and asset management communities, AsianInvestor events give investors the opportunity to share knowledge and best practices about the most important trends and issues currently facing the industry.

Previous Events

3rd Institutional Investment Forum Thailand

3rd Institutional Investment Forum Thailand

More than 150 domestic asset owners, managers and middlemen will convene, to discuss with global fund managers the future of overseas investment in Thailand, and how they can effectively navigate through turbulent times.

Institutional Investment Forum China

The event will focus on the regulatory environment for Chinese institutions and the overseas opportunities currently available to them, and how they can most effectively partner with foreign managers.

8th Institutional Investment Forum Japan

More than 150 decision-makers from leading insurance companies, public and corporate pension funds, trust banks, government entities will convene at the event to determine what the future is for global portfolios.

14th Asian Investment Summit

The two day event will gather more than 300 decision-makers from the region's largest insurance firms, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and government entities to discuss how institutions can react to uncertainty and long-term geopolitical tension.

6th Family Office Forum

The Family Office Forum 2019 will convene regional senior investment executives from single and multi-family offices to discuss how best they should allocate their capital, how they can build robust investment teams, how they select their managers, and how they can adapt to intergenerational wealth transfer in uncertain times.

13th Institutional Investment Forum Korea

The 13th Institutional Investment Forum will convene institutional leaders from the local, regional and global pension funds, insurers, government entities and sovereign wealth funds to discuss how Korean capital should be allocated overseas in a period of volatility.