Liontrust Annual Investment Conference 2018 - London

Liontrust Annual Investment Conference 2018 - London

A morning with Liontrust’s fund managers

Our 8th Annual Investment Conference was held on Tuesday 23 January 2018.

PDF copies of the presentation slides can be downloaded below.

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  • Europe: It’s working again
    Olly Russ & Oisin O’Leary
  • Macro-Thematic: The reality of higher rates
    Stephen Bailey and Jamie Clark
  • Sustainable Investment: Investing for tomorrow, today
    Peter Michaelis and Mike Appleby
    Stuart Steven and Aitken Ross
  • Cashflow: An alternative view of Europe
    James Inglis-Jones and Samantha Gleave
  • Asia Income: Asia becoming the destination
    Mark Williams and Carolyn Chan
  • Economic Advantage: 20 years of Economic Advantage
    Anthony Cross, Julian Fosh, Victoria Stevens and Matt Tonge


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