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Investors Chronicle Seminars 2016

The Private Investor Seminar Series

Back by popular demand, 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.

2016 events:

Income strategies for a low rate world

Tuesday 24th May 2016 - 16:00 - 21:00

Agenda and speaker presentations:

Will Fulton, Lead Manager, UK Commercial Property Trust at Standard life Investments - Commercial Real Estate: a predictable and steady income source. Click here to view Will's presentation.

Leonora Walters, Personal Finance Editor, Investors Chronicle - Diversifying your dividends: why you need overseas income and how to get it. Click here to view Leonora's presentation.

Mark Weedon, Head of Institutional Development at Property Partner - Residential Property: How to maximise income and minimise risk. Click here to view Mark's presentation.

Algy Hall, Associate Editor, Investors Chronicle - Lessons from dividend disasters: How dividend stalwarts were sunk, what were the warning signs and is there dividend treasure hidden in the wreckage? Click here to view Algy's presentation.

Unlocking the potential of growth investing

Monday 26 September 2016 - 16:00 - 20:00

Agenda and speaker presentations:

Harry Nimmo, Investment Director and Head of Smaller Companies Equities, Standard life Investments - Small will still be beautiful. Click here to view Harry's presentation.

Algy Hall, Associate Editor, Investors Chronicle - The power of the PEG ratio. Click here to view Algy's presentation.

Catharine Flood, Client Service Director, Baillie Gifford - Scottish Mortgage: Rational Optimism for the Long Term. Click here to view Catharine's presentation.

John Baron, Investment Trust Columnist, Investors Chronicle - Seaking 'growth' in challenging times. Click here to view John's presentation.

Build-to-rent: A new hassle-free way to invest in the future of the UK property market

Thursday 27 October 2016 - 16:00 - 20:00

Agenda and speaker presentations:

Claer Barrett, Personal Finance Editor, Financial Times - Where is the property market headed next? Click here to view Claer's presentation.

Giles Beswick, Director, Select Property Group - Welcome to Generation Y – The build-to-rent tenant and the UK’s fastest growing rental market. Click here to view Giles's presentation.

Ports in a Storm: How to build a diversified portfolio to weather the toughest markets

Thursday 3 November 2016 - 16:00 - 20:00

Agenda and speaker presentations:

Tom Stevenson, Investment Director for Personal Investing, Fidelity - Eggs and baskets – why diversification matters. Click here to view Tom's presentation.

Evy Hambro, CIO of the Natural Resources Equity team, Blackrock - Natural Resources in a Diversified Portfolio. Click here to view Evy's presentation.

John Baron, Investment Trust Columnist, Investors Chronicle - Reducing risk over time. Click here to view John's presentation.

Hussein Al Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA), FXTM - Diversification through times of market uncertainty. Click here to view Hussein's presentation.

Graeme Gunn, Partner, Standard Life European Private Equity Trust, Standard Life Investments - Hidden Equity Value. Click here to view Graeme's presentation.

Investors Chronicle Awards Ceremonies 

Investors Chronicle & Financial Times Investment and Wealth Management Awards - http://www.icawards.co.uk

November 2016 marks the 21st year that we’ll be hosting our annual Awards. These awards identify and reward the best stockbrokers, products and financial service providers for their excellent service and value for money, as voted for by our readers.

Investors are increasingly using a broad range of products and providers, and this new, bigger set of award categories means our totally independent, reader-voted awards will be the perfect starting point for anyone looking for recommendations for financial services and guidance of any kind.

When all the votes have been cast and all the number crunching is complete, the result will be a comprehensive set of award winners from every corner of the financial services industry. All investors, whether or not they are readers of Investors Chronicle or Financial Times or not, will be able to access our Awards results to help them in their search for brokers, platforms and managers.

No matter what investors are looking for – be it a low cost execution only stockbroker, a Sipp or Isa platform, an ultra reliable income fund, an inheritance tax specialist or simply a professional investment manager to look after their portfolio, our new Investment Award winners list will be packed full of the best names from across the industry.

The focus of our awards has always been on excellence and that remains unchanged. We, with the help of our readers, will continue to identify those stockbroking firms which provide the best value for money and excellent customer service, the managers who can deliver the best results for their clients and the funds that offer consistently strong performance and excellent track records in communicating with their customers.

Investors Chronicle Seminars 2015:

The search for income

Thursday 17 September - 16:00 - 21:00

Overview of the seminar:

Welcome and introduction from John Hughman, Editor of Investors Chronicle

'Seeking income: A look at real life income portfolios' with Moira O'Neill, Personal Finance Editor of Investors Chronicle, to give lessons on the good and the bad

'Using fundamentals to find safe yield shares': Algy Hall's Safe Yields screen has produced a cumulative total return of 114 per cent since inception in July 2011 compared with 30 per cent from the FTSE All Share. Algy explains how the screen uses fundamentals to find attractive dividend plays and how investors can use the ideas behind the screen to help their hunt for income.

'Investing in the cream of Europe. - Using dividend growth to identify growth opportunities' from guest speaker Sam Morse, Portfolio Manager at Fidelity Personal Investing

Insight and comment from Jason Baggaley, Fund Manager, Standard Life Investments

Q&A session chaired by Investors Chronicle and featuring Colin Low from Kingsfleet Wealth, offering you the opportunity to directly question all the speakers of the event

Networking, canapés, and drinks reception from 7pm onwards, allowing you to discuss with other delegates the subjects covered throughout the seminar

For more information, click here.

Going for Growth

Thursday 8 October - 16:00 - 21:00

Welcome and introduction from John Hughman, Editor of Investors Chronicle

'Going global for growth: opportunities in overseas smaller companies investment trusts' with Leonora Walters, Deputy Personal Finance Editor of Investors Chronicle

'The Hunt for Earnings Growth: The investment fundamentals to look for to spot genuine undervalued growth stocks and avoid disasters waiting to happen. A perspective from the IC’s most successful growth-focused stock screens' with Algy Hall, Tips Editor, Investors Chronicle

'Rules for blue sky growth investing' with Catharine Flood, Client Service Manager at Baillie Gifford

Insight and comment from John Baron, Investment Trust Columnist, Investors Chronicle

Q&A session chaired by Investors Chronicle, offering you the opportunity to directly question all the speakers of the event

Networking, canapés, and drinks reception from 7pm onwards, allowing you to discuss with other delegates the subjects covered throughout the seminar

For more information, click here.

Investors Chronicle Seminars 2014

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. Here are the seminars we ran in 2014:

Peer-to-peer lending

Thursday 22 May 2014

In this seminar, we covered what peer-to-peer lending is and why you should invest in the sector. There was discussion of the recent changes to the sector including new legislation, and some of the risks involved, to help you decide where peer-to-peer lending can fit into your investment portfolio, whilst also offering alternatives. For more information, click here

The Ideal Portfolio - Income

Thursday 15 May 2014

By taking a look at some real life reader income portfolios, we were able to give lessons on the good and the bad. Insight and comment was provided by guest speakers from J.P. Morgan and Societe Generale. For more information, click here.

How to invest in a tough new era for commodities

Thursday 13 March 2014

The so-called commodities supercycle may have come to an end, but super returns are still on offer from natural resources equities with the help of superior stock-picking techniques. We discussed which commodities are likely to perform best during this difficult time for the sector and how to exploit this when picking shares. We disclosed our top picks in oil and gas and mining, as well as assess the fundamental supply and demand factors behind various commodities. For more information and to view our speaker presentations, click here.

Seminars from 2013:

Drilling for profit in small-cap resources seminar

Monday 22 April 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 and to view our speaker videos and presentations, click here.

Barrels of opportunity -

Thursday 24 October 2013

We discussed which commodities are likely to perform best during this difficult time for natural resources equities. We'll disclose our top picks in oil and gas and mining, as well as assess the fundamental supply and demand factors behind the sectors. We'll also take an in-depth look at a special sub-sector that we think offers barrels of opportunity. For more information and to view our speaker videos, click here.

New property boom - Monday 11 November 2013

Join us for a discussion of how best to play the property recovery. We took a look at how unprecedented government intervention in the housing market is reshaping the world of buy-to-let, and whether it makes sense to buy high-street shops - a staple investment of the boom years now going cheap - even as the internet reduces retailers' space requirements. Throughout we'll reveal stock tips for those who prefer a more liquid, passive approach to investment. 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 included insight from our acclaimed journalists and comment from industry experts on the key areas and considerations when investing in investment trusts.

Global Growth Investment Trusts

Tuesday 22 March 2013

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 and to view our speaker videos and presentations, click here.

Investment Trusts for Income

Tuesday 30 April 2013

Investment trusts offer a way to access different sources of income around the world. We took a look at the best income-producing trusts across different AIC sectors. For more information and to view our speaker videos and presentations click here.

Emerging Markets Trusts

Tuesday 24 September 2013

Many UK investors have been increasing their exposure to emerging markets in the light of problems in the eurozone. We took 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 and to view our speaker videos and presentations, click here.

Specialist Trusts

Tuesday 29 October 2013

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. For more information and to view our speaker vidoes and presentations, click here. 

The London Investor Show

The UK's premier event for private investors and active traders

Friday 23 October 2015

The London Investors Show brings together the stock market under one roof, for one day, and offering you an unparalleled opportunity to learn new skills, all designed to improve your investing and trading profits.

A one-event and exhibition draws together all aspects of the retail investment trading industry, with the one aim of creating an event for private investors and traders that will support, educate and enhance your returns. By attending you will:

• Learn new skills and techniques to help maximise investing and trading profit

• Meet and speak to many leading industry experts who will share their views and thoughts on the markets

• Spend a day immersed in the world of trading and investing – meeting like-minded delegates and swapping experiences and ideas

Also at the London Investor Show:

The Investors Chronicle Theatre – editor of the Investors Chronicle, John Hughman, puts together an exclusive programme of seminars and presentations from some of the award-winning journalists and columnists featured in the Investors Chronicle. Attendance is free, although seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

REGISTER NOW!

Tickets to the London Investor Show cost £25 on the door. As a reader of Investors Chronicle, you can claim a FREE ticket! Simply use voucher code “IC” when your register and your entry, and all paid-for sessions on the day, will be provided for no charge.

Click here to book your complimentary ticket.

All delegates receive a Welcome Delegate Pack with special offers and free samples, and your own edition of the London Investor Show Event Guide, containing full exhibitor and speaker listings, and programme details for the event.

For further information, or to register, please visit www.londoninvestorshow.co.uk or call the Delegate Hotline on +44 (0)131 208 0825 and talk to Lisa Campbell.

  

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