Future of Asset Management North America
Having emerged from the Covid-19 pandemic, the US asset management sector must now contend with a new set of operational challenges and market forces. In the face of rising fee and cost pressures, regulatory changes, consolidation, the politicisation of ESG and shifting demand from distributors, where can industry leaders look to find growth and scale and protect the long-term future of their firms?
Hosted by the Financial Times, in collaboration with Ignites and FundFire, Future of Asset Management North America will gather key stakeholders from across the global asset and wealth management industries for two days of high-level networking and thought leadership discussion. This is a must attend event for any leader looking to gather intel on the key strategies needed to survive the next phase of regional and global market shifts.
The Power of Networking
Here at FT Live, we understand the importance of meeting face to face with your peers and we are delighted to again host this year’s Future of Asset Management North America in person, providing a unique opportunity to mix with your peers, at one of the most important events in the FT Live calendar.
Delegates, speakers and sponsors will be able to attend numerous networking opportunities and be part of the conversation with the industry’s leaders sharing insights, knowledge and plans for the crucial period ahead.
"What quality: you could really tell the interviews/panels were thoughtfully, prepared unlike many conferences. Some highly engaging speakers at the top of their game bang on with the issues of the day."
The big picture, not just the individual strands of the business you work in
And build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry
New approaches and strategies to help win market share
THE EARLY BIRD
Access to in-person and digital sessions, networking functions and video on demand. Network and connect with your peers.
For a limited time only
"What I enjoyed most was the transparency of the panel speakers. I enjoyed hearing how they handle the on-boarding of new employees and their various methods of inclusion. As a young woman and single mother, who has only been in Asset Management for the last 10 months, I am both refreshed and relieved to know that there are valuable resources and knowledge out there. I love the industry and desire to grow. Many of the things I gleaned from this conference encourage me to believe I can do so. I look forward to more and to contributing to the growth of the Asset Management industry. Thank you to all those who offered their insight during this conference!"
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