Il Salone del Risparmio – the Italian largest event in the asset management industry – brings together the different market players to share experiences and new ideas, establish new partnerships, enhance their know-how, update their knowledge on regulatory, fiscal and operational issues concerning the sector.
The conferences organised throughout the 3 day-event are broadcast in live streaming on FR|Vision and remain available on-demand in the aftermath of the event.
The event is open from 08:45am to 7pm.
Visitors can access the event using Gate 2 (viale Eginardo) or Gate 16 (via Gattamelata)
DAY 1 AND 2 ARE OPEN TO PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS ONLY.
DAY 3 IS OPEN TO BOTH PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS AND THE WIDER PUBLIC OF SAVERS AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
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Il Salone del Risparmio sorts its conference programme out based on the following 7 thematic topics:
T1 – ASSET ALLOCATION AND INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
Post-pandemic recovery plans, monetary policy, ecological transition and new geo-political alliances are rapidly driving asset management to play a more systemic role. In this exceptionally complex year, global portfolio managers and experts will be at Salone del Risparmio to debate how to grasp the best investment opportunities.
T2 – PRIVATE MARKETS AND THE REAL ECONOMY
The impetus from tax-income driven recovery plans must be flanked by private capital to successfully relaunch the real economy. This requires opening up pathways to new opportunities for investors and creating room for alternative instruments, even illiquid ones. Individual savings plans, ELTIFs, private equity, private debt, infrastructure and property provide a bridge between savings and growth.
T3 – DISTRIBUTION AND FINANCIAL ADVISORY
Changing regulations and digitalisation have redefined the dynamics of advisory, turning it into a lighthouse for navigating through market uncertainties. Salone del Risparmio provides an opportunity for debate about current changes and the development of potential new distribution models, and product and service innovation.
T4 – SUSTAINABILITY AND HUMAN CAPITAL
Sustainability has truly grabbed the limelight, but not only in an environmental paradigm, but also for social issues and good corporate governance. Asset management has to drive the sustainable revolution and the development of human capital.
T5 – SUPPLEMENTARY PENSIONS
As the average age of the population is moving upwards, but the concept of planning for the future remains shaky, it is necessary to develop complementary pension schemes and long-term investment tools. Such commitment is essential to ensure a serene future for people, while also helping resources to reach the real economy.
T6 – EDUCATION AND UPSKILLING
Knowledge is power. To protect people with savings and to definitely banish the false myth of the incompatibility between savings and investments, it is essential to push forward with financial literacy and financial advisors’ ongoing upskilling .
T7 – INNOVATION AND DIGITALISATION
Technological innovation, digitalisation and artificial intelligence are the new frontiers of financial services. Salone del Risparmio is the ideal place to debate the future outlooks and opportunities created by innovation.