OMFIF’s Global Public Investor has been the cornerstone of OMFIF’s research portfolio since it was launched in 2013. The aim of the report is to shine a light on the investment approaches of central bank reserve managers whose firepower and official status give them the ability to underpin global markets. This is complemented by OMFIF’s Global Public Pensions report, which explores key themes in asset management for major public pension funds and sovereign funds.
Global Public Investor
OMFIF’s Global Public Index report, now in its tenth year, will build on previous years’ surveys regarding the performance and practices of central bank reserve managers.
This will provide a unique insight into how reserve managers are adapting their investment approaches in the face of tightening monetary policy, high inflation and geopolitical tensions. It will also unpack their approaches to sustainable finance and data. This will be supplemented with desktop research from OMFIF’s analysts and economists, and include contributions from central bankers and other public sector experts.
2023 virtual launch
To launch the 10th edition of the Global Public Investor report, OMFIF’s Economic and Monetary Policy Institute is hosting a virtual event on 28 June. This launch will present key findings of the 10th annual report, offering insights into how central banks’ reserve managers are coping with inflationary pressures, geopolitics and ESG imperatives.
Global Public Investor 2022 Launch
The launch to our 2022 GPI report. This launch event, held in London, presented key findings of the report and offered insights into wider issues for the community, including how central banks’ reserves managers are coping with inflationary pressures, geopolitics and environmental, social and governance imperatives.
Basic GPI sponsorship offers marketing and branding opportunities alongside this valuable data (which covers $16tn of central bank reserves and reveals reserves managers’ thinking and intentions), and a speaking role at the launch.
In addition to the above, enhanced GPI sponsorship offers bespoke panel sessions with relevant figures from preferred regions to examine particular findings in greater detail; or tailored presentations on specific elements of the (anonymised) data, for instance honing in on regionalised findings of specific asset classes.
With a key GPI 2022 finding revealing that many central banks are seeking external managers, and with readership spanning 129 of the internationally recognised 170 central banks over the last two years, both sponsorship options offer widespread recognition as a thought leader across the global public investor space, as well as visibility and presence on the OMFIF platform.
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