We are pleased to announce the dates for Select 2017. The conference will take place on 27 and 28 June, and will once again be held at the Four Seasons, Hampshire.
This event is aimed at top-tier financial advisers. We welcome to the stage a range of leading fund managers will discuss and debate the opportunities and challenges in today's markets, both in the UK and around the world. Our sponsoring groups work together to ensure the content is varied, comprehensive and insightful, thus making the most of your time out of the office.
This two-day event will feature presentations from some of the biggest names in the asset management industry, as well as great external speakers, to create a value-added conference.
We look forward to welcoming you in June, but if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with a member of the MiP team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tuesday 27 June|
|1.10pm||Main platform x 4 (BlackRock, Columbia Threadneedle, Jupiter, Fidelity)|
|2.45pm||Workshop 1 (BlackRock, Columbia Threadneedle, Jupiter, Fidelity)|
|3.20pm||Workshop 2 (BlackRock, Columbia Threadneedle, Jupiter, Fidelity)|
|4.00pm||Workshop 3 (BlackRock, Columbia Threadneedle, Jupiter, Fidelity)|
|4.35pm||Workshop 4 (BlackRock, Columbia Threadneedle, Jupiter, Fidelity)|
|5.05pm||Break and fringe sessions, then free time|
|7.30pm||Drinks and dinner|
|Wednesday 28 June|
|9.30am||Main platform x 3 (Henderson, Artemis, J.P. Morgan Asset Management)|
|10.45am||Workshop 5 (Henderson, Artemis, J.P. Morgan Asset Management)|
|11.20am||Workshop 6 (Henderson, Artemis, J.P. Morgan Asset Management)|
|11.55am||Workshop 7 (Henderson, Artemis, J.P. Morgan Asset Management)|
|1.30pm||Main platform x 3 (Schroders, M&G, Standard Life Investments)|
|2.45pm||Workshop 8 (Schroders, M&G, Standard Life Investments)|
|3.20pm||Workshop 9 (Schroders, M&G, Standard Life Investments)|
|3.55pm||Workshop 10 (Schroders, M&G, Standard Life Investments)|
|7.30pm||Drinks and dinner|
|Sponsor||Main platform speaker/topic||Boardroom speaker/topic|
|Artemis||Stephanie Sutton, US equities||Cormac Weldon, US equities|
|BlackRock||TBC||Mark Wharrier, UK Income Fund|
|Columbia Threadneedle||Maya Bhandari, Global Macro Update||Richard Colwell, UK Equity Income|
|Fidelity International||Alex Wright, Fidelity Special Situations Fund & Fidelity Special Values PLC||Angel Agudo, Fidelity American Special Situations Fund|
|Henderson Global Investors||Jenna Barnard, Co-Head of Retail Fixed Income||Richard Clode, Global Technology|
|J.P.Morgan Asset Management||Jon Ingram, JPM Europe Dynamic (Ex UK) Fund||James Illsley, JPM UK Equity Core Fund|
|Jupiter Asset Management||Ross Teverson, Emerging Markets||Claudia Ripley, UK Value|
|M&G Investments||Richard Woolnough, Optimal Income Fund||Stuart Rhodes, Global Dividend Fund|
|Schroders||Nick Kirrage, Why NOW for Value?||Mike Scott, High-Yield Opportunities|
|Standard Life Investments||Thomas Moore, UK Equities||Neil Meikle, Global Real Estate|
Dr. Paul Redmond is Director of Student Life at the University of Manchester. A leading expert on generations and the graduate labour market, he has presented at numerous events and conferences around the world. In addition to writing regularly for national newspapers, Paul is a frequent guest on both radio and TV, appearing on numerous BBC and independent news programmes. Paul is leading the research into the future of work, "Generation Y", and the influence of social and economic factors on employability. He is the author of several books including the best-selling, The Graduate Careers Formula, A Parent's Guide to Graduate Jobs, and Generally Speaking: a Workplace Survival Guide for Generation Y.
Iain Martin is the Editor and Founder of Reaction, providing commentary and analysis on politics, economics and cultural affairs. Iain is a former editor of The Scotsman and a former senior executive at the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph. He is the author of the award-winning book "Making it Happen: Fred Goodwin, RBS and the men who blew up the British Economy." His latest book is "Crash, Bang, Wallop: The Inside Story of London's Big Bang and a Financial Revolution that Changed the World", published in September 2016. In addition to this, he contributes to the Financial Times and appears regularly on the BBC.
Martin Elliot has had a career in medicine that spans three decades. He is currently the Professor of Paediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery at University College London and the 37th Professor of Physic at Gresham College London. He is Director of the National Service for Severe Tracheal Disease in Children, based at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Until recently, he was medical director at GOSH, a post he has relinquished to spend more time with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. Martin has done a huge amount of research around the improvement of teamwork within cardiac care, developing ways in which error could be eliminated in the operating theatre. His research has involved consulting and working for long periods with Formula 1 teams and NASA, as well as the airline and hotel industries.
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.
Four Seasons Hotel
Directions to the hotel
Two nights accommodation are provided.
Registration is now closed for this event as the conference is full. If you would like to be on the waiting list, please email email@example.com