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Thursday 26 March 2020, London


The Grocers' Hall from midday til 7:30pm. 

The perfect venue for London 2020 - a historical oasis in the heart of one of the busiest cities in the world. With 20 leading fund groups taking you on a tour of the markets and tackling the current and more traditional investment dilemmas, it's a great opportunity to develop your knowledge of the market and to gain up to the minute intelligence from fund managers.


12:00 Registration and light lunch

13:00 Welcome address by Ken Rayner, CEO

Around the world in 80 minutes

13:15 Four leading fund groups cover the key global investment regions, asset classes and asset allocation

JPMorgan | Emily Whiting | Asia & emerging markets
Fidelity | Charlotte Harrington | Developed markets
Blackrock | Ben Edwards | Fixed income
Columbia Threadneedle | Toby Nangle | Overall macro/asset allocation


14:35 Break & networking

The Big Debate

15:00 Panel discussion 1: ESG/SRI - box ticking or reality?

Aberdeen Standard | Lesley Duncan
BNY Mellon | Andrew Parry
Jupiter Asset Management | Charlie Thomas
M&G Investments | Veronique Chapplow

15:40 Panel discussion 2: New decade - challenges & opportunities?

Goldman Sachs (GSAM) | David Copsey
Investec | John Stopford
Legg Mason | Charles Hamieh
LGIM | Andrzej Pioch


16:20 Break & networking

16:40 Panel discussion 3: Risk - where are today's safe havens?

Aviva | Sunil Krishnan
Invesco Perpetual | Georgina Taylor
Janus Henderson Investors | Jenna Barnard
T Rowe Price | Yoram Lustig

17:20 Panel discussion 4: Investment style - the rise of the underdog?

Artemis | Raheel Altaf
Baillie Gifford | Thaiha Nguyen
Franklin Templeton | Dan Green
Schroders | Simon Adler


18:00 Networking drinks

19:30 Close

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