The Future of Investment Trusts is a 1-day conference where you will hear the latest research, industry insights and fund manager presentations on Investment Trusts.
The conference will feature an exclusive presentation from Professor Andrew Clare, Professor of Asset Management and Associate Dean, Cass Business School, who is conducting research on Investment Trusts as an asset class and their unique performance credentials.
Merryn Somerset Webb will be moderating two panel debates; firstly discussing the research findings before then focusing on what the future holds for Investment Trusts. The panel will be made of leading figures from all sides of the industry.
In the afternoon there will be shared boardroom sessions, hosted by Investment Trust Fund Managers from the sponsoring groups. We have some of the most recognisable names in the industry in attendance to deliver insightful and relevant content for discussion.
Please see below for further details. We hope you can make it.
|08:30||Registration and light breakfast|
|09:00||Research paper: Will Goodhart, Chief Executive, CFA Society & Professor Andrew Clare, Professor of Asset Management and Associate Dean, Cass Business School|
|10:00||Panel Debate – The Industry Reacts
|11:05||Panel Debate - The Future
|11:45||Boardroom session 1|
|13:15||Boardroom sessions 2, 3 & 4|
|15:30||Keynote speaker - Sir Paul Tucker|
|16:15||Closing remarks and networking drinks|
In a break with tradition, our boardroom sessions will be shared between two sponsors, with leading managers from two groups hosting each session to debate and discuss topics between them. In this way, we hope to offer more insights and a more open dialogue.
Professor Andrew Clare will conduct independent research specifically for this event, which he will share with us on the day.
Andrew Clare is the Professor of Asset Management at Cass Business School and the Associate Dean responsible for Cass’s MSc programme, which is the largest in Europe. He was a Senior Research Manager in the Monetary Analysis wing of the Bank of England which supported the work of the Monetary Policy Committee. While at the Bank Andrew was responsible for equity market and derivatives research. Andrew also spent three years working as the Financial Economist for Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM), where he was responsible for the group’s investment process and where he began the development of LGIM’s initial Liability Driven Investment offering. He is the co-author of “The Trustee Guide to Investment”. He has also published extensively in both academic and practitioner journals on a wide range of economic and financial market issues. In a survey published in 2007, Andrew was ranked as the world’s ninth most prolific finance author of the past fifty years. Andrew serves on the investment committee of the GEC Marconi pension plan, which oversees the investments and investment strategy of this £4.0bn scheme, and is a trustee and Chairman of the Investment Committee of the £2.5bn Magnox Electric Group Pension scheme.
Sir Paul Tucker is chair of the Systemic Risk Council, and a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. Previously he was Deputy Governor at the Bank of England, sitting on its monetary policy, financial stability, and prudential policy committees. Internationally, he was a member of the G20 Financial Stability Board, leading its work on too big to fail, a director of the Bank for International Settlements, and chair of its Committee for Payment and Settlement Systems. His other activities include being a director at Swiss Re, a senior fellow at the Harvard Center for European Studies, a Visiting Fellow of Nuffield College Oxford, and a Governor of the Ditchley Foundation. Additionally, he is currently writing a book on the place of unelected power in democracies.
Merryn Somerset Webb is Editor-in-Chief of MoneyWeek and a respected commentator on economics, financial markets and personal finance. She has been named the Personal Finance Journalist of the Year in the 2017 prestigious Harold Wincott awards. In 1992 Merryn moved to Japan to produce business programmes for NHK, Japan’s public TV station. In 1993, she became an institutional broker for SBC Warburg, where she stayed for 5 years. Returning to the UK in 1998, Merryn became a financial writer for The Week. Two years later, MoneyWeek was launched and Merryn took the job of editor; Moneyweek is currently the best-selling financial magazine in the UK. She is a regular TV and radio commentator on financial matters and contributes to publications, including The Spectator and Prospect. Alongside this, Merryn is also the author of “Love is Not Enough: The Smart Woman’s Guide to Making (and Keeping) Money”. Published in 2007, the book is a sharp and witty women’s guide to personal finance.
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