Read below for any answers to general questions you might have. For anything further, please contact us.
What is the Sohn Hearts & Minds Investment Leaders Conference?
Sohn Hearts & Minds Investment Leaders Conference is an annual event which raises vital funds for Australian medical research. Featuring investment industry leaders from around the globe who discuss macroeconomic themes and present exclusive actionable investment ideas. Since its inception in 2016 the conference has gained a loyal following who attend to gain insights rarely shared outside the boardroom and to support a good cause.
Find out more about the conference history and aims here.
Where were the previous conferences held?
2016, 2017, 2019 Sydney Opera House
2018 Hamer Hall, Arts Centre in Melbourne
2020 Virtual Conference, for a global audience
How is the conference funded?
Sohn Hearts & Minds is a non-profit charitable event, with all proceeds being donated to Australian medical research beneficiaries.
The conference is made possible through the generous and ongoing support from our supporters, the investment industry and event partners. A list of our supporters can be found here.
What is the Hearts & Minds Limited Investment fund (HM1)?
Listed on the ASX, HM1 provides investors with a concentrated investment portfolio of the highest conviction recommendations from leading core fund managers, as well as stocks presented on stage at the annual conference.
All fund managers generously waive their fees allowing HM1 to donate 1.5% of net tangible assets per annum to leading medical research institutes.
HM1 was formed in 2018 to expand on the philanthropic mission of the conference and create a sustainable funding model for the beneficiaries.
To learn more visit the HM1 website here.
Can I earn CPD Points by attending the Sohn Hearts & Minds Conference?
Sohn Hearts & Minds is not accredited for CPD points.
However, to assist you in claiming hours, here is a breakdown of typical content at our live-conferences:
Which medical research institutes are beneficiaries of Hearts & Minds?