23 episodes

Welcome to Investing for Tomorrow, the Thinking Ahead Institute’s (TAI) podcast channel.
The world is transforming at breakneck speed and we’re here to talk about what this means for investments.
TAI is a global not-for-profit group whose members comprise asset owners, asset managers and other groups motivated to influence the investment industry for the good of savers worldwide.

Investing for Tomorrow The Thinking Ahead Institute

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 1 Rating

Welcome to Investing for Tomorrow, the Thinking Ahead Institute’s (TAI) podcast channel.
The world is transforming at breakneck speed and we’re here to talk about what this means for investments.
TAI is a global not-for-profit group whose members comprise asset owners, asset managers and other groups motivated to influence the investment industry for the good of savers worldwide.

    Looking back at our research highlights for 2022

    Looking back at our research highlights for 2022

    Marisa Hall, Co-Head of the Thinking Ahead Institute, joins as guest host, with Isabella Martin to reflect on the team's research highlights set against a year of challenges.
    They cover many topics ranging from thought leadership, the future of work and systems thinking to the just transition, biodiversity and global trends in the investment industry.
    The article mentioned is Why Curiosity Matters, featured in the Harvard Business Review.

    • 35 min
    The climate transition and its risks for investors

    The climate transition and its risks for investors

    There has never been more focus on the ramifications of climate change and yet it seems that the investment industry is not acting swiftly or definitively enough to address them. This month we chat to Tim Hodgson, Co-head of the Thinking Ahead Institute (TAI), and Jeff Chee, who is the Global Head of Portfolio Strategy at WTW about the climate transition and its risks for investors.
    As we step into creativity, we also chat to Susanna Basso, Creative Director of Climate Culture, about the power of storytelling to drive climate action and shift culture.

    • 34 min
    Latest trends from the world’s largest pension funds

    Latest trends from the world’s largest pension funds

    Marisa Hall, Co-head of the Thinking Ahead Institute, and Roger Urwin, Co-founder, discuss the key data points from the ‘Global top 300 pension funds’ report. In addition to covering overarching trends in the industry and the direction of travel.
     

    • 25 min
    Stewardship and engagement may be challenging but it presents significant opportunities for people and planet

    Stewardship and engagement may be challenging but it presents significant opportunities for people and planet

    Stewardship and engagement have grown in scope and scale and are now buzzwords in the investment industry. We chat to Adam Gillett, Head of Sustainable Investment and Eleanor Mahmoud, from the SI team at WTW about its challenges and opportunities.
    Resources:
    Make My Money Matter ad- #DeliverTheTruth about your pension and deforestation

    • 48 min
    Hybrid working and the transformation of the modern-day organisation

    Hybrid working and the transformation of the modern-day organisation

    Introducing our new podcast series Investing for Tomorrow. This month we chat to Marisa Hall, Co-head of the Thinking Ahead Institute, and Roger Urwin, Co-founder of the Institute, about hybrid working and how it will affect the investment industry and organisations into the future.
    Additionally, we chat to Hugo from The Fisheries in London about how to design collaborative workspaces.

    • 38 min
    Bonus: Global Pensions Asset Study 2022

    Bonus: Global Pensions Asset Study 2022

    The Global Pension Assets Study estimates global pension fund assets across 22 major pension markets (the P22). These geographies now total a record US$56.6 trillion in pension assets and account for 76% of the GDP of these economies. The study, conducted by WTW and the Thinking Ahead Institute since the 1990s, includes an analysis of the seven largest markets (the P7): Australia, Canada, Japan, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK and US comprise 92% of total pension assets, unchanged from the previous year.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Top Podcasts In Business

Steven Bartlett
BBC Radio 4
Global
BBC Radio 5 live
Hala Taha | YAP Media
Brendan le Grange