Private Investor Seminars - Income strategies and the end of cheap money

How to keep your income flowing as interest rates rise

A decade of ultra-easy monetary policy is coming to an end, with potentially profound consequences for equities and bonds. This event will explain how investors should position their portfolios to make sure their income doesn't dry up. 

Who should attend: Private Investors looking to improve their portfolio

Overview of the seminar:

  • Welcome and introduction from John Hughman, Editor, Investors Chronicle
  • Topics will be covered by the Investors Chronicle's editorial team
  • Insight and comment from Baillie Gifford
  • Q&A session chaired by Investors Chronicle, offering you the opportunity to direct questions to all of the speakers at the event
  • Networking, canapés, and drinks reception from 7pm onwards, allowing you to discuss the subjects covered in the seminar with speakers and other delegates

Venue: Financial Times, One Southwark Bridge, London, SE1 9HL

Timings: 4pm - 8pm

Tickets are priced at £30 per person.
Places are strictly limited, so early booking is advised.

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