Financing long-term investments, growth and stability is a key objective of economic policy around the globe (G20, EU, OCSE).
Current and future availability of resources for long-term investments is in doubt, for a number of reasons, including sovereign indebtedness.
An effort to foster long-term financing is even more important than in the past.
THE IMPORTANCE OF LONG-TERM VISION
One important driver of long-term investment activity is a clear view of the future financial scenarios, namely the risks and opportunities they offer.
Research in financial markets is needed, together with wise use of data, in order to build those scenarios.
LONG-TERM INVESTORS AND TORINO
Over time, Torino has been the house of many important LTIs with strong reputation.
Awareness and strengthening of this role is important for the town and its future.
- Massimiliano Cagliero, Banor Sim
- Carla Patrizia Ferrari, Equiter
- Nicola Fioravanti, Divisione Vita IntesaSanPaolo
- Stefano Geuna, Università di Torino
- Guido Giubergia, Ersel
- Massimo Luviè, Reale Mutua
- Francesco Profumo, Compagnia di San Paolo
- Davide Tinelli, Fondaco
- Fabio Bagliano, Professor, Unito
- Tito Cordella, Adviser, World Bank
- Francesca Cornelli, Dean, Kellogg School of Management, Nortwestern University
- Giovanni Dell'Ariccia, Deputy Director of Research Deparment, IMF
- Giuseppe Grande, Senior Director, DG for Markets and Payment Systems, Banca d'Italia
- Luc Laeven
- Elisa Luciano, Professor, UniTO
- Jonathan Macey, S. Harris Professor of Corporate Law, Finance and Securities, Yale School of Law
- Ugo Panizza, Professor, IHIED Geneva
- Jean Charles Rochet, Full Professor, University of Geneva, Head of Research, Swiss Finance Institute
- Fabio Trojani, Professor, University of Geneva
- Rien Van Gendt, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors