Leading Investor Group Fall Conference
September 21-23, Boston

Speakers Include S&P U.S. Chief Economist Beth Ann Bovino and Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Chair Erica Williams

Washington, D.C., August 31, 2022 — Members of the media are invited to attend the fall conference of the Council of Institutional Investors (CII), September 21-23 at the Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston. View the full conference agenda here.

CII represents pension funds and other long-term institutional investors and is a leading voice for effective corporate governance, strong shareholder rights and sensible financial regulation. The 400+ participants will include investment professionals, regulators and corporate governance experts. Session topics will range from navigating global conflict and geopolitical risk to how financial regulation and legislation may change after the U.S. midterm elections.
Plenary sessions and member-hosted meetings on Wednesday, September 21, and Thursday, September 22, are open to the press. All events on Friday, September 23, are closed to the media.
Press must register to attend. Click here and make sure “Press” is selected under Member/Registration Type to register.
Speakers at CII conference sessions on Wednesday, September 21
Vicki Fuller, founder & CEO, VLF Development; director, Fidelity Investments
Aeisha Mastagni, portfolio manager, California State Teachers’ Retirement Association
Yumi Narita, executive director of corporate governance, Office of the New York City Comptroller
Sheila Penrose, director, McDonald’s
George Serafeim, Charles M. Williams professor of business administration, Harvard Business School
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, senior associate dean for leadership studies and Lester Crown professor in the practice of management, Yale School of Management
Scott Zdrazil, principal investment officer, Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association
Speakers at CII conference sessions on Thursday, September 22
Travis Antoniono, investment manager, California Public Employees’ Retirement System
Beth Ann Bovino, U.S. chief economist and managing director, S&P Global Ratings
Michael Cappucci, managing director, compliance and sustainable investing, Harvard Management Company
John Coates, John F. Cogan, Jr., professor of law and economics, Harvard Law School
Benjamin Colton, global head of asset stewardship, State Street Global Advisors
Elisabeth de Fontenay, professor of law, Duke University School of Law
Hillary Flynn, director of ESG for private investments, Wellington Management
Margaret Foran, chief governance officer, SVP and corporate secretary, Prudential Financial
Catherine Isabelle, senior director of responsible investments, PSP Investments
Kobi Kastiel, senior fellow & lecturer, Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance
Scott Kennedy, president, chief strategy officer and co-founder, Novata
Elad Roisman, partner, Cravath, Swain & Moore
Jeff Mahoney, general counsel, Council of Institutional Investors
Caitlin McSherry, senior VP and director of investment stewardship, Neuberger Berman
Simiso Nzima, managing investment director, global equity, California Public Employees’ Retirement System
Elizabeth Seeger, managing director of sustainable investing, KKR
Meredith Sumpter, CEO, Council for Inclusive Capitalism
Monte Tarbox, executive director of investments, National Electrical Benefit Fund
Ted White, co-founder and managing director, Legion Partners Asset Management
Theresa Whitmarsh, director, IFM Investors
Erica Williams, chair, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board
Sarah Williamson, CEO, FCLTGlobal
Dawn Wolfe, director, responsible investing & ESG, portfolio support group, Berkshire Partners
Ann Yerger, director, Bed Bath & Beyond; Hershey Entertainment & Resorts

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