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14 June 2020

The investment landscape post COVID-19/Brexit

The session will cover the changing market backdrop, what the recent volatility could mean for portfolios and opportunities within specific asset classes, the importance of sustainability in the new world and possible actions to take going forwards. As part of this, the idea of ‘portfolio quality’ and the importance of testing portfolios across a range of different metrics, not just risk and return (efficiency) will be discussed.

Looking wider than just risk and return can identify areas of weakness in portfolios that might not have been considered previously.

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Last update: 8 July 2020

Tim Middleton
Tim Middleton
PMI
Director of Policy and External Affairs
Katie O'Sullivan
Katie O'Sullivan
Willis Towers Watson
Senior Director, Investment
Craig Baker
Craig Baker
Willis Towers Watson
Global Chief Investment Officer

Pensions Administrator

Salary: £22000 - £34000 pa

Location: Essex

Senior Pensions Administrator, Leading Consultancy

Salary: £26000 - £34000 pa

Location: Berkshire

Assistant Pension Investment Consultant

Salary: £30000 - £40000 pa

Location: Bristol

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