March 2015 Event – John Redwood “World Markets and the Future of the Euro”

Topic:         World Markets and the Future of the Euro

Speaker:     John Redwood

John Redwood

 

Timing:

Registration             12.00

CPD session           12.30 -1.30

Networking lunch    1.30

Venue:         Rathbone Hall, Port of Liverpool Building, Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1NW

Given a potential crisis in Europe, what is the future of the Euro? Will depressing interest rates longer term defer the crisis? With Europe at the centre of economic and political focus, John Redwood’s observations and analysis are not to be missed. John will also give an enlightening overview of world markets.

This event will appeal to financial planners, investment specialists and anyone with an interest in investments.

 

Learning Objectives

By the end of the event, delegates will be in a position to achieve a clearer understanding of the situation in Europe and the impact of various options to defer a potential crisis, as well as a detailed overview and understanding of world markets.

About John Redwood

John Redwood is currently Chairman of the Investment Committee at Charles Stanley – Pan Asset.

He was an early advocate of index tracker funds to cut the costs of equity investment. He has written extensively on economic and investment subjects. He is currently a Distinguished Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and a lecturer and commentator on economic and investment matters. He holds a doctorate from Oxford University and the IMC Investment Management qualification. He also holds the CISI Level 6 Investment Qualification.

This event is co-hosted with CISI Liverpool branch, who have kindly provided the prestigious venue, Rathbone Hall, for what we are sure will prove to be a very exciting event.

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Places are limited so please reserve your place as soon as possible by registering here

To see all the dates for this years’ events and to register, click here

 

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