This year’s 9th Edition CAIP (Canadian Alternative Investment in Pensions) Quebec and Atlantic Forum is the leading event for Senior Pension Investment Executives, having served over 700 institutional investors and senior executives with total fund oversight from the top pension plans across Canada. This year’s faculty’s AUM is already over $900 billion.

Given the recent announcement on interest rates by the Bank of Canada, and shift in regulations with the passing of Bill 57 in 2015 there has never been a more important time when Canada’s institutional investors will need a forum specializing in alternative investments. Join your peers in beautiful Quebec City where leading voices in the industry will discuss the implications of Bill 57 and discover what innovative investment strategies they are researching, evaluating, and deploying.

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La 9e édition du Forum de la CAIP (Canadian Alternative Investment in Pensions) du Québec et de l’Atlantique est un événement incontournable pour les principaux gestionnaires des fonds de retraite, la société desservant plus de 700 investisseurs institutionnels et hauts dirigeants et exerçant un contrôle total sur les fonds des principaux régimes de retraite canadiens. Cette année, les fonds sous mandat de gestion de l’institution dépassent déjà 900 milliards de dollars.

Compte tenu des dernières annonces de la Banque du Canada concernant les taux d’intérêt, et de la modification de la réglementation avec l’adoption du projet de loi no 57 en 2015, les investisseurs institutionnels canadiens n’ont jamais eu autant besoin d’un forum consacré aux nouvelles possibilités de placement. Venez rencontrer vos pairs dans la magnifique Ville de Québec, écouter les chefs de file de l’industrie y discuter des répercussions du projet de loi no 57 et découvrir les stratégies de placement novatrices qu’ils recherchent, évaluent et déploient.

EXCLUSIVE KEYNOTES

Baby Boomers and Longevity Risks

Steven R. Wolff
Chief Executive Officer
Nova Scotia Pension Services Corporation

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How the Bank of Canada Thinks About Pension Funds

Miville Tremblay
Senior Regional Representative & Director (Financial Markets)
Bank of Canada

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This Year’s Highlights Include

  • 10 Networking Functions through the Event, including 2 Cocktail Receptions and 2 Networking Dinners
  • Expert insights into the risks and opportunities they see within alternative investments
  • Keynote: Steven R. Wolff, Chief Executive Officer, Nova Scotia Pension Services Corporation
  • Keynote: Miville Tremblay, Senior Regional Representative, & Director (Financial Markets), Bank of Canada
  • Vital discussions on the implications of Bill 57 on Quebec-based pension plans
  • Expert Insights on innovative alternative investments strategies
  • Network with leading institutional investors in the Faculty representing AUM above $900 billion