19-20 November 2015 – Paris, France

Co-organised by the OECD and Euromoney Conferences, this conference provided an opportunity to introduce and discuss issues relating to institutional investors and long-term financing. In addition to the world’s largest institutional investors (pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and insurers), attendees included senior government representatives from OECD and developing countries, regulators, and other industry participants.

Debates focused on:

  • Long-term invesment in a volatile market: Investment policy implications
  • Regulation and long-termism : addressing barriers to long-term investment finance
  • Emerging markets: long-term finance as a vehicle for growth and development
  • Infrastructure investment: Moving from niche investment to mainstream investment
  • Good governance and long-term value creation
  • Long-term investment and clean energy finance

This event was organised within the framework of the OECD Project on Institutional Investors and Long-term Investment

Interview with Angel Gurría





Summary report


Remarks by Angel Gurría

Remarks by Stefan Kapferer

Keynote Address from Governor Visco, Bank of Italy

Interview with Matt Whineray, Chief Investment Officer, New Zealand Superannuation Fund

Interview with Chris Hitchen, Chief Executive Officer, Railways Pension Trustee Company

Video interviews and Speeches from the Conference


OECD Project on Institutional Investors and Long-Term Investment

G20-OECD work on long-term financing

Euromoney Conferences