Manager Webinar
June 2020
Franklin Templeton
During the webinar hosted by Canterbury on June 30, 2020, Dr. Michael Hasenstab, Chief Investment Officer, Templeton Global Macro, provided his view on what to expect post-crisis. Considering the potential paths ahead, he sees a gradual reopening and recovery as the most likely scenario, but it won’t come without its e…
Manager Webinar
March 2020
Galaxy Digital
The world is rapidly digitizing, and blockchain will play a critical role in this global transformation. To capitalize on this longer term foundational shift, seasoned entrepreneurs are building and scaling exciting products and solutions that are market-ready today in the areas of digital finance, enterprise digitizat…
Roundtable Discussion led by Stuart Blair, CAIA
February 2020
SuperReturn U.S. West
Canterbury Consulting’s Director of Research, Stuart Blair, CAIA, led a roundtable session at the annual SuperReturn U.S. West conference on Wednesday, February 12, 2020. This session focused on sharing best practices, stories of success, and examples of failure. The roundtable discussed the merits and considerations o…
Discussion Led by Debashis Chowdhury, CFA
October 2019
Institutional Investor
On October 16, 2019, Debashis Chowdhury, CFA, president at Canterbury, will be moderating one of three concurrent breakout sessions that examine questions that asset allocators and consultants are asking as they examine the status quo of institutional investing across asset classes. Customization in strategy, fees, …
Panel Discussion with Poorvi Parekh
September 2019
Institutional Investor

On September 26, 2019, Canterbury Consulting’s Director of Outsourced Investments, Poorvi Parekh, spoke on an Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) panel session at the 3rd Annual West Coast Sub-Advisory Roundtable in Marina del Rey, CA.

The panel session, Consultants, Managers & OCIOs: The Lines are Blurring…






2019 Investment Forum Speakers


Libby Cantrill
Policy Implications Related to China


Morgan Housel
Logic Versus Human Behavioral Biases