Wed, 05 Dec|
Bush House South Wing, Room 2.05
KISS: Multi-Asset Investment 101 (Part 2)
With the 2nd event on multi-asset investment, you will be given the opportunity to first-hand pick your portfolio of stocks and undertake your own valuation analysis on it to further understand what drives bonds and stock prices in today’s market.
Time & Location
05 Dec 2018, 16:00 – 18:00
Bush House South Wing, Room 2.05, Strand, London WC2R 1ES, UK
About the Event
King's Economics and Finance Society is excited to invite you to the 2nd Part of the King’s Investment Strategy Series (KISS) 2018! With the first event demonstrating and showcasing the plethora of fundamentals driving different asset classes, this event will be focused on further developing and understanding the nuances of these markets while learning about different ways to understand market volatility. With the 2nd event on multi-asset investment, you will be given the opportunity to first-hand pick your portfolio of stocks and undertake your own valuation analysis on it to further understand what drives bonds and stock prices in today’s market.
This AFTERNOON SEMINAR, open to only 10 MOTIVATED INVESTMENT MANAGERS TO-BE, is an UNMISSABLE OPPORTUNITY to look at how the buy-side has evolved over time, and where the fixed income and equity markets are heading given current macroeconomic conditions.
The presenters are Paul Greatbatch and Tom Elliott, visiting lecturers to Kings College and former City professionals.
PAUL GREATBATCH was a Partner of Genesis Investment Management from 1994 to 2013, one of the oldest specialist managers operating in the Emerging Markets. His investment responsibilities have included the CEE region, South Korea, Mexico, Brazil and India. During this period, assets under management rose from $800 million to almost $40 billion, comprising mainly global portfolios managed on behalf of leading private and official sector institution.
TOM ELLIOTT was executive director and global strategist within the Investment Marketing Team at J.P. Morgan Asset Management until 2013. He was responsible for investment communications through the Guide to the Markets suite of products. AT J.P Morgan since 1995, he worked in the Global Multi-Asset Group (GMAG) until 2006 and before that he was head of the Investment Writing Team.