In the current climate, due to COVID-19, few things are certain, except continued uncertainty itself. To help guide you through these uncertain times, we will be holding a live webinar, to discuss the current market and how you can navigate forward, post COVID-19.
On Thursday, 7 May 2020 at 10.00am - 10.45am (GMT), Daniele Antonucci, Quintet’s Chief Economist and Macro Strategist, will be joining Brown Shipley’s, Chief Investment Officer Toby Vaughan and Amrendra Sinha, Head of Direct Equity, to share their views on:-
Portfolio Strategy – How we are navigating current market conditions
Macro-Economic Outlook – Global economic outlook in a post COVID-19 world
UK Equity Market – Current market dynamics and our strategy / outlook for investing in UK Equities
Register now, to join our live webinar.
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