Free Reader Event: The Future of Private Investing
This has been a tumultuous year for private investors as global markets react to rising inflation and rising interest rates, making the pursuit of future growth even more difficult.
As the world continues on a path of rapid transformation, investors need to rebalance their portfolios and anticipate key trends – and the FT’s upcoming Readers’ Event is designed with this in mind.
Hosted by FT Money’s sister publication, Investors’ Chronicle, the two-day digital event on June 15-16 will bring together experts from across the financial industry, from advisers to fund managers, to share exclusive insights and learn about key trends for investors over the months. come.
In the post-pandemic world, which industries are set to grow and which will struggle to rebound? How should the changing investment landscape be reflected in your asset allocation strategy – and what can investors expect as the world continues down the path to net zero?
FT Money readers can register and watch all sessions for free, using the link below, and they will have the opportunity to ask their questions directly to the experts on the day via interactive Q&A sessions.
Program highlights include BBC star Deborah Meaden The dragon’s lairin conversation with Rosie Carr, Editor-in-Chief of Investors’ Chronicle, about climate change, the rise of the green economy and the future she sees for entrepreneurship.
Anne Glover, venture capitalist and adviser to the Montanaro Global Innovations Fund, talks to the funds editor Dave Baxter about the outlook for UK and global small cap companies.
Dan Jones, Deputy Editor of Investors’ Chronicle, hosts a panel on how to protect your investments against rising inflation with UBS Chief Economist Paul Donovan.
Mary Buffett, author of many best-selling books on Warren Buffett’s investment methods, will talk about the challenges of investing in a post-pandemic world.
Claer Barrett, the FT’s consumer editor, leads a panel exploring how best to pass wealth on to the next generation, tackling common inheritance tax issues and how families can plan for them.
She also interviews investment advisors, including Justin King, founder of MFP Wealth Management, about the challenges of actively managing your portfolio into retirement.
Stephen Clapham, founder of research group Behind the Balance Sheet, leads a session educating UK stockpickers on financial metrics that can provide early warning signs that a company is in trouble.
Mitchell Labiak, the new real estate writer for the Investors’ Chronicle, will lead a panel of experts discussing the future of commercial real estate and buy-to-let investment.
Other topics covered at the two-day event include investing for income, investment trusts, healthcare and using ETFs in your portfolio.
To view the full two-day program and register for your free virtual ticket, please visit FT.com/investmentevent where full terms and conditions can also be found.