On March 10, 2015 more than 120 senior global leaders from all parts of the investment value chain, including asset owners, asset managers, corporate boards, management and policymakers, gathered at the Long-Term Value Summit in New York.
The Summit program was designed to take leaders on a journey: first reflecting on their personal roles as leaders; then examining the various challenges and actions that their respective link in the value chain must take; and, finally coming together to understand how true system-wide change can be effected.
The deep engagement of the diverse group signified a strong growing desire across the investment value chain for practical, meaningful change. Together the leaders in the room represented hundreds of millions of beneficiaries, employees, customers and citizens.
Discussions were held under the Chatham House Rule to encourage open sharing and candid conversation. See the discussion report here.