Japan/Boston Business Forum: Lunch With Masahiro Mori, Head of GPIF America

  • 06 Dec 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • JSB Office at CIC Boston, 50 Milk St, 20th Floor, Boston MA 02109
  • 18

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Japan/Boston Business Forum Presents


GPIF's Leadership role in esg

Masahiro Mori

Chief Representative of GPIF America, in New York



Generously supported by the Corporate Friendship Committee of the Japan Society of Boston

Light Lunch and Business Insight 
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Japan Society of Boston
Cambridge Innovation Center
, 20th Floor 
50 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109 
*Please check-in with photo id at the reception desk 

Event Agenda 

12:00pm Lunch and networking 

12:25pm Presentation 

1:30pm END (mingling afterward) 

Event Summary 
Investment decisions at GPIF have increasing ramifications throughout the global economy. Join us to learn directly from Mr. Masahiro Mori, chief representative for GPIF in America and Director of JETRO, New York, about GPIF's considerations and priorities in their asset allocation process. Mr. Mori will address GPIF's leadership in ESG and the data they are watching to guide their investments. 

More about Masahiro Mori 
As Director of JETRO, NY, Masahiro Mori is responsible for research on the investment  environment by institutional investors as well as investment products in the US. Also, he is in charge of following the trend of public pension fund management and pension system reform.  Previously, he served as Director for Social Security Policy Planning in the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW). He also worked as Director General of Health and Welfare Department in Okayama City Government in 2013 and First Secretary at Embassy of Japan (USA) in 2005-2008. He was a visiting researcher at Employee Benefit Research Institute (USA) in 1997. Masahiro earned a BA in Law at Keio University and an MBA at Johns Hopkins University.


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