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Milken Institute conferences

Milken Institute is a nonprofit think tank working to increase global prosperity through independent research and meaningful policy initiatives. We participate in their conferences globally and value these opportunities to connect with our clients, be part of the conversations about the important issues covered, and glean new insights from the research shared.


Milken’s flagship Global Conference took place in Los Angeles from April 27 — May 1, 2019. Focused on the theme of “Driving shared prosperity,” 800 speakers, 180 panels, and 4,000 attendees from around the globe shared research and discussed possible solutions for some of the world’s most pressing issues, including socioeconomic inequality, health and well-being, and climate change.



Wellington investors Jean Hynes and Wendy Cromwell shared their views on sustainability and structural trends shaping our industry, and had the opportunity to hear from leaders spanning an impressive range of professional pursuits and geographies. We asked Jean and Wendy to share some of their top takeaways from the event.

  • Q: Tell us about a few research and investment ideas you came away with.

    Wendy: I attended several sessions on sustainability featuring participants from different backgrounds and perspectives. These were incredibly interesting and helpful, and sparked ideas for future sustainable investment research. There was a session called “Building Better Cities and Sustainable Housing Solutions” that covered innovative ideas related to impact investing and economic development. Sessions on health care touched on alternative proteins and food as medicine, with clear implications for pharmaceutical and consumer staples companies. From a session called “Things that Will Blow Your Mind,” I came away wanting to dig deeper in to the complex agricultural issues in emerging markets, particularly since many developing countries face significant physical risks from climate change, and may be ill-prepared to adapt.

    Jean: Many of the sessions featured content that would be particularly useful for investment professionals focused on health care, technology, geopolitics, and macro trends. There’s almost always a new perspective to be gained. When I attended two years ago, for example, I came away from a panel on the opioid crisis realizing it was a much bigger issue than I’d previously thought. That allowed me to more optimally position my portfolios. This year, I came away from a panel on cannabis with a framework for how to evaluate the potential market expansion and how both health care investors and consumer investors may participate.

    Wendy: I’ll just add that our colleagues also mentioned hearing other recurring themes, including:

    • innovation and disruption, particularly mind-blowing advances in biotech
    • artificial intelligence and “surveillance capitalism”
    • massive destabilizing risks of cyber crime
    • concerns about education and social inequality
    • the need for greater productivity and new growth drivers
    • worries about high debt and the hunt for yield
    • the future of the asset management industry
  • Q: What did you think of the conference content and opportunities for engagement?

    Jean: I think our colleagues who attended were universally impressed by the quality of the sessions and the client interactions we had. People seemed relaxed and energized at the same time. The networking among influential leaders from around the world make this a unique and powerful event. It is definitely a venue from which we can glean valuable insights to put to work for our clients.

    Wendy: I agree. Leading thinkers came prepared to share a wealth of ideas that will enable us to deepen our insights and our relationships with clients and the investment community.

  • Q: How did attendees approach “Driving shared prosperity,” and how was it covered on your two panels?

    Wendy: Attendees embraced the conference theme and entered the sessions with a constructive mindset, focused on sharing perspectives and bridging gaps. In the panel I participated on, we discussed how quickly the investment community is recognizing that good ESG practices are strategic business issues and can be important competitive advantage for companies. More than a fiduciary duty, we see ESG integration as a way to add value while supporting a more equitable, sustainable, prosperous future.

    Jean: Participants approached the theme from a multitude of angles. IMF president Christine Lagarde reminded us that the global economy needs higher productivity to drive growth, which must be inclusive and sustainable. A panel on biomedical innovation urged the creation of incentives that would allow early investment capital to go after major diseases like Alzheimer’s and diabetes that are actually big, costly, societal problems. In the panel I participated in, “Mega-Trends Shaping Asset Management,” we discussed how, for example, the focus on ESG will likely result in companies that operate with greater integrity and governance, and this should drive growth and ultimately create more prosperity in the world.

Video: Mega-trends shaping asset management

Jean Hynes at Milken conference

I’m a strong believer that active management will be an important part of the investment world for many years to come — it’s about human judgement. There is a very important role for passive: obviously it has a role in portfolios, with its low cost. Active managers will have to evolve so they can continue to add value. That’s what we’re focused on.

Jean Hynes, CFA, Managing Partner and Global Industry Analyst

Featured video: Mega-trends Shaping Asset Management panel presentation, with Jean Hynes, at the Milken Institute Global Conference, April 2019. Video replays shared with permission of the Milken Institute.

Wendy Cromwell speaking at Milken conference

We consider ourselves not necessarily activist investors, but active owners and constructivist investors.

Wendy Cromwell, CFA, Vice Chair and Director of Sustainable Investment

Featured video: Navigating ESG panel presentation, with Wendy Cromwell, at the Milken Institute Global Conference, April 2019. Video replays shared with permission of the Milken Institute.


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