Future of Investment Festival: Less than one week to go!

Reserve your place today at our inaugural Future of Investment Festival on Wednesday 5 June

Professional Pensions
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Future of Investment Festival: Less than one week to go!

There is now less than one week to go until our Future of Investment Festival, which will be held next Wednesday (5 June) at 155 Bishopsgate (Convene) in London.

This event has been created to help pension professionals as well as fund selectors, wealth managers, and financial advisers navigate a rapidly-changing investment landscape and stay ahead of the major structural trends set to shape the industry of tomorrow.

This year's festival will take place in-person at the 155 Bishopsgate, Convene, in central London on Wednesday 5 June and places are free for trustees and in-house pension and benefit scheme representatives.

Reserve your place to enable us to keep you informed with all the latest news and updates about the event.

The event will include a session from the Brightwell chief executive Morten Nilsson in which he will explore the different endgame options available for schemes and the investment strategies that should be considered.

Delegates at the Future of Investment Festival can expect another line-up of inspiring keynote speakers, who will be sharing their insights on key trends for investors.

They will also have the opportunity to interact with expert speakers and companies from across the industry on their exhibition stands, as well as build their network and share best ideas with peers.

For more information on the Future of Investment Festival and how to register as a delegate, click here.

This event is being run in association with Professional Pensions, Investment Week and Professional Adviser. For more information about the event, please contact Joshua Wrazen at [email protected].

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