Investment event for Financial Advisers and Paraplanners
8 Nov 2018
There are a host of significant factors that are likely to shape the course of 2019. They include the UK’s planned exit from the European Union, growing trade tensions between the US and China, and the ongoing tightening of monetary policies around the world.
What does this mean for markets? Our panel of leading fund managers will explain how they plan to navigate the year ahead, as well as their top investment ideas across the following areas:
Global Income, Newton Investment Management, a BNY Mellon Company
Absolute Return Investing, M&G Investments
Searching for Income, Janus Henderson Investors
Enhanced Income Solutions, Schroders
The Joint Investment Forum brings together four of the UK’s leading fund management groups in 10 cities around the UK. The event is CII accredited and contributes 120 minutes to your CPD hours for 2019.
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