PIMCO presents Women & Investing: Be Active; 29 October 2019, 12:30 - 1:45 pm @ The Fullerton Hotel



FWA has been allocated only 30 seats for our members, so please register quickly. Registration starts at 12.15pm.


Being Active: what does it take to make an impact beyond just investing?


As the world continues to evolve, holistic thinking is imperative for managing portfolio risk and finding opportunities. Similarly, global investors also face unique circumstances with complex solutions. At PIMCO, we strongly believe that diverse perspectives lead to better decision making and business outcomes. This ranges from portfolio management, client servicing, operations and beyond.


Please join PIMCO's senior leaders Kimberley Stafford, Head of Asia Pacific, and Stephen Chang, Portfolio Manager, Asia, along with Milena Nikolova, Partner, Women on a Mission, as they share their professional and personal experiences in a panel discussion. They will focus on how they have been active throughout their career, both in making contributions and also fostering an inclusive environment where all can succeed. The panel will highlight how these diverse teams have led to better strategic decisions and drove business priorities forward. Moderating the panel session is Haslinda Amin, Chief International Correspondent for Southeast Asia at Bloomberg.



29 October 2019
The Fullerton Hotel,
Straits Room,
Level 4,
1 Fullerton Square,
Singapore 049178
  • Members Only Event
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  • Member's Fee: $0.00
FWA Fireside Chat: Women & Risks? Never the Twain Shall Meet? Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 12-2 pm @ National Australia Bank



FWA thanks NAB for their kind sponsorship of the venue and lunch.


FWA in collaboration with National Australia Bank is pleased to bring you a fireside chat on Women & Risks – Never The Twain Shall Meet?


Risk is defined as “a situation involving exposure to danger”. In our investment world, we are all too familiar with Risk/Return models. In our personal world, we are often reminded “No Risk, No Gain!”.  Deciding between two options, one more risky than the other, can greatly affect outcomes in our daily lives ranging from career decisions to personal matters.

05 November 2019
National Australia Bank,
12 Marina View,
20-02 Asia Square Tower 2,
Singapore 018691
  • Members Only Event
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  • Member's Fee: $0.00
OMFIF Gender Balance Index 2019 launch discussion in Singapore:12 Nov 2019 9am-12nn


The presence of women at the top of traditionally male-dominated public and private financial institutions is beneficial for both the organisations themselves and the global economy. Boards and executive teams responsible for making monetary policy decisions, managing risks and navigating turbulent economic situations benefit from the diversity of opinion offered by gender equality. As young women see more role models in female leaders across sectors, the pool of talent from which institutions can recruit widens and increased diversity can be expected.

OMFIF is contributing to these trends with its annual Gender Balance Index, now in its sixth year, which tracks the presence of women in senior positions at central banks and sovereign funds. The Singapore launch includes a keynote presentation and panel discussion focusing on public sector initiatives and draws on experience and comparative data from financial firms and institutions in the private sector. 

12 November 2019
Maxwell Chambers
32 Maxwell Road #03-01,

Singapore 069115
  • Members Only Event
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  • Member's Fee: $0.00