Investors Chronicle Seminars
Investors Chronicle Private Investor Seminar Series
Through informative presentations and interactive panel sessions, the Private Investor Seminars assist private investors, private client brokers, fund managers, financial institutions, hedge funds and analysts seeking to construct a well-diversified portfolio. Coming up in 2013:
We discussed which commodities are likely to outperform the markets and how to get in early to catch the biggest gains. We explained how to find the best early-stage mineral deposits and frontier oil and gas plays, as well as assess the fundamental supply and demand factors behind top commodities. For more information, click here.
Investment Trust Seminars 2013
Investment trusts are a useful, often low-cost way of gaining exposure to different areas of the market. The introduction of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) in 2013 is expected to increase demand for these popular vehicles, benefiting holders of investment trusts, encouraging product launches and bringing greater competition to the market. Our series of four seminars will include insight from our acclaimed journalists and comment from industry experts on the key areas and considerations when investing in investment trusts.
In our first seminar, we took a look at the difference between the approaches of the big global trusts, plus a look at different global investing strategies, for example large companies vs. smaller companies. For more information, click here.
Investment trusts offer a way to access different sources of income around the world. We take a look at the best income-producing trusts across different AIC sectors. For more information, click here.
Many UK investors have been increasing their exposure to emerging markets in the light of problems in the eurozone. We take a look at where the particular risks lie when investing in emerging markets, plus the areas with the best potential for long-term growth. For more information or to book your place, click here.
The investment trusts sector is full of funds holding weird and sometimes wonderful assets whose prospects are not wedded to those of the major indices. We take a tour through these specialist vehicles.
To register your interest:
0844 826 7349
Investors Chronicle Awards Ceremonies
Investors Chronicle Fund Awards - http://fundawards.co.uk/
Designed to give public recognition to those Fund managers and ETF providers offering excellent performance, exceptional transparency and good value for money.
These awards were introduced in 2012 to celebrate the best Funds in the UK based on objective performance criteria. From investment trusts and open-ended funds to ETFs and ETPs, every category is covered. This year's winnerswill be announced to 100 industry professionals, fund managers and investment trust managers at the Financial Times building on Friday 15 March 2013.
Investors Chronicle & Financial Times Wealth Management Awards - http://www.icwealthawards.co.uk/
The Financial Times and Investors Chronicle Wealth Management Awards recognise the very best of wealth management in the UK. They are voted for by readers of the Financial Times and Investors Chronicle, and a select panel of judges.
Their aim is to identify the best wealth and investment managers available to investors in the UK by asking their clients to rate the service they receive, by comparing performance and by interviewing managers. The ceremony will take place on Thursday 13 June 2013.
Investors Chronicle & Financial Times Investment Awards - http://www.ftinvestmentawards.co.uk/
The Financial Times and Investors Chronicle Investment Awards recognise excellence in the field of stockbroking and financial services provision. Our annual awards are based on what readers of Investors Chronicle and the Financial Times tell us about their financial service providers.
Winners will be announced at a black-tie event in December 2013. They will also be announced on the website, in FT Money and in a special supplement in Investors Chronicle soon after the event.