Who's attending and what to expect at this year's Annual Conference
Thursday, 04 May 2023
In two weeks the Irish Funds Annual Global Funds Conference will be taking place in-person on Thursday, 18 May at the Dublin Royal Convention Centre, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Le Pole Square.
A full day of networking opportunities with 400+ attendees will run alongside a packed agenda of speeches and panel discussions with over 40 speakers and panellists. This event is a highlight in the international funds and asset management industry calendar and attracts a wide range of participants from across the investment funds community. The agenda will include thought-provoking and informative presentations, keynote talks and panel discussions from internationally respected industry experts, while a full day of networking opportunities will run alongside the agenda in the exhibition area.
Online registrations will close on Thursday, 11 May. Any additional registrations will be available on-site in the venue at increased rates.
View full agenda details and register.
Who's Already Registered?
Asset managers already registered to attend the Annual Conference this year include:
Artisan Partners Europe
Coutts & Co
Decatur Capital Management
Dodge & Cox
First Sentier Investors
Goodbody Fund Management
Guinness Asset Management
Harding Loevner LP
HSBC Asset Management
Impax Asset Management
Invesco Investment Management
Metrics Credit Partners
Northern Trust Asset Management
Pentwater Capital Management
Reyl Intesa San Paolo
Sprucegrove Investment Management
WHEB Asset Management
Additionally, regulators and policy makers attending and speaking this year include the Central Bank of Ireland, European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Panel Discussion Highlights
Update on Regulation
Driving Financial Returns via ESG
30 Years On – The Continuing Evolution of ETF Investing
Unleashing the Potential: Exploring the Role of AI in the Funds Industry
Fund Solutions for the Pensions Shortfall
The Investment Limited Partnership: Why Now is the Right Time
Technology and Innovation: Simplifying Fund Distribution