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Debating the drivers of & outlook for the markets | Live in-studio, Live site, Livestream, On-demand
Debating portfolio construction strategies | Live in-studio, Live site, Livestream, On-demand
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Building investment committee knowledge & skills | Livestream, On-demand
Challenging beliefs to inform better quality portfolios | Livestream, On-demand
Exploring investment beliefs and philosophies | On-demand
Advancing investment management analyst expertise | Livestream, On-demand
Latest food for thought from the Forum | E-newsletter
Earning accredited hours to meet the CE/CPD requirements of 20 governing bodies | On-demand
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Applying a dynamic, forward-looking approach to asset allocation | On-demand
Benchmarking your investing biases, beliefs & behaviours | On-demand
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The peak international, technical portfolio construction certification program
Those who cling to yesterday’s narrative may forego one of the great trades of recent decades as the world shifts to a "global reopening" narrative and away from one of "secular stagnation".
Practitioners should examine portfolios for slow or no growth equities, priced like bonds, whose attractions may be inundated by a wave of fiscal stimulus.
China is frequently presented as a source of crisis or instability for the global economy. However, the picture is one of imperfection, not peril.
Nearly a decade after one of the great debt binges of all time, Chinese economic growth and credit creation have slowed. Today, stimulus is being undertaken. This is not a crisis, this is reform.