Counterpoint: investing in a period of uncertainty
Join us on Tuesday, for a spirited debate about the outlook for the global economy and worldwide financial markets.
The global economy will continue to expand in 2020, but investors will need to navigate significant market and geopolitical volatility, considering alternative approaches to generate sustained returns in this low-yield environment. That is the view of Bill Street, Group Chief Investment Officer at Quintet Private Bank, and Carolina Moura-Alves, the firm’s Group Head of Asset Allocation. Join them in a spirited live debate as they challenge conventional wisdom and offer their counterpoint views.
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