The Canadian Leadership Congress is proud to announce our Challenge of Change keynote speaker, Stewart Beck, President and CEO of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. In advance of our event which is being held in Vancouver from October 13-15, we talked to Stewart about Joe Biden, human rights, and the opportunities and risks when investing in China.
After a long career in the pension space, Julie Cays, chief investment officer at the CAAT pension plan, announced her retirement this spring.
We caught up with Julie recently to get her thoughts on what she has learned in the business and how her view of leadership and investing has changed over the years, especially during COVID-19.
Impact investing was a top theme at this year’s Challenge of Change Forum in Montreal from October 1-2. And while there has been growing interest in the topic over the last few years, the question for pension investors remains—is it possible to reconcile doing good with the risk-adjusted returns they need to meet their pension obligations?
At the Canadian Leadership Congress, we’re all about starting conversations that matter to Canada’s pension leaders—our virtual Challenge of Change event was no exception.
Before the conference, we reached out to Canadian pension fund CEOs and CIOs to provide their questions on the main themes covered during our two-day event, including governance and leadership.
We then fielded questions from our delegates in order to get them the answers they need to address their challenges.
December 3, 2019 | Globe and Mail Centre Toronto
The Investment Technology Leaders Summit is Canada’s most important investment tech event for top level executives, bringing CEOs and CIOs from Canada’s largest pension funds together with consultants, technology experts, and innovators from around the world and here in Canada.
September 26, 2019 | Globe and Mail Centre Toronto
Workplace diversity and inclusion attracts a lot of lip service—but in the pension and investment space, it’s still lacking in many organizations, especially at the top. And yet there’s ample evidence diverse teams perform better and add more value.
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