Events

IBOSS London Investment Day

Reserve your seat today by emailing: fran@ibossltd.co.uk

Our annual London Investment Day will be held on Thursday 10th October at the Lazard London Offices, 50 Stratton Street, W1J 8LL starting at 12.30pm for lunch and with speakers on between 1-3pm.

Presenting at the event will be Bertrand Cliquet, the Portfolio Manager/Analyst of the Lazard Global Listed Infrastructure and Global Equity Franchise teams, as well as our own Investment Team, headed up by our Investment Director, Chris Metcalfe.

This is your opportunity to hear from and question a variety of investment experts.

There will be hot beverages and lunch upon arrival, with networking drinks to follow after the speakers. This is a great chance to chat with peers and gain answers to your questions from our team.

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IBOSS Leeds Investment Day

Reserve your seat today by emailing: fran@ibossltd.co.uk

Our Leeds Investment Day will be held on Thursday 17th October at the Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, LS1 4BX starting at 12pm for lunch and with speakers on between 1-3pm.

Presenting at the event will be Bertrand Cliquet, the Portfolio Manager/Analyst of the Lazard Global Listed Infrastructure and Global Equity Franchise teams, as well as our own Investment Team, headed up by our Investment Director, Chris Metcalfe.

This is your opportunity to hear from and question a variety of investment experts.

There will be hot beverages and lunch upon arrival, with networking drinks to follow after the speakers. This is a great chance to chat with peers and gain answers to your questions from our team.

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IBOSS Press Lunch

Date
Wednesday 9th October

Venue
Lazard London Offices,
50 Stratton Street, W1J 8LL

Time
12.00 arrival and buffet lunch - 14.00 finish

Speaker - Chris Metcalfe, Investment Director

Chris heads up the IBOSS investment Team and will provide his usual honest views of the current economic climate and market conditions, including the topics below;

Global Central Banks, goaded on by various high profile politicians seem determined to drive interests rates through the floor and into (or further into) negative territory.

How can we position for this unprecedented scenario?

Will the Trump Vs. China trade war be settled this side of the next US election?

Brexit; will there ever be a sustainable resolution and why should anyone hold UK assets?

Is any asset class actually looking like fair value?

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