We hope you can join us at Select 2019 on the 25 & 26 June. This event is aimed at top-tier financial advisors and will once again be held at the Four Seasons, Hampshire.
This 2-day event will feature both main platform presentations and smaller interactive boardroom sessions, with some of the biggest names in asset management. Our sponsoring groups will be presenting on a spectrum of asset classes and we have some great external speakers lined-up for further insightful content.
We very much hope you can join us in June. If you have any further questions, please do get in touch with a member of the MiP team: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tuesday 25 June|
|9.00am||Registration and check in|
|9.40am||Main platform presentations|
|13.40pm||Main platform presentations|
|19.30pm||Drinks and dinner|
|Wednesday 26 June|
|9.00am||Main platform presentations|
|2.15pm||Afternoon tea and departures|
|Sponsor||Main platform speaker/topic||Boardroom speaker/topic|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments||Devan Kaloo | GEM||Luke Hickmore | Strategic Bond|
|Artemis||Alex Ralph | High Income||Simon Edelsten | Global Select Fund|
|Columbia Threadneedle||Richard Colwell | UK Equities||Andrew Harvie | Global Equities|
|Fidelity International||Hyomi Jie | China||Hyomi Jie | China Consumer Fund|
|Invesco||Nick Mustoe | Multi-Asset||Nick Mustoe | Summit Growth Funds|
|J.P. Morgan Asset Management||Iain Stealey | Fixed Income||Olivia Mayall | Global Macro|
|Janus Henderson Investors||Richard Clode | Global Technology||Jenna Barnard | Fixed Income|
|M&G Investments||Ben Constable Maxwell | Positive Impact||Alex Araujo | Global Listed Infrastructure Fund|
|Schroders||James Sym | Europe||Matthew Dobbs | Asia|
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We return to the Four Seasons Hotel, Hampshire for this event. All event expenses such as accommodation, lunches and dinners are met by the sponsors. Delegates are responsible for making their own way to the venue, however complimentary transfers will be provided from local train stations and airports.
Please email us at email@example.com to book your transfer or for any further information.
Four Seasons Hotel
Directions to the hotel
Dress code: Business casual.
Registration is now closed for this event as the conference is full. If you would like to be on the waiting list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org