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Economic update seminar

Investment and Economic update
Growing but slowing

With the global economy entering its tenth year since the GFC, we could be entering an era of significant change. It is time to prepare.

Tuesday 20 November 2018

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We are pleased to present Haydn Scott, Vice President of PIMCO.

With the global recovery about to enter its tenth year, financial markets and the global economy could be entering a new era of potentially significant change that will make the next decade look very different to the last. As the post-GFC era ends, it's time to prepare for the road ahead.

Join Haydn Scott as he reviews findings from the most recent PIMCO macroeconomic forum. In this discussion, Haydn will cover economic outlook, investment risks and opportunities and portfolio implications.

About Haydn

Hadyn is a vice president and account manager on the global wealth management team based in Melbourne. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2015, he was responsible for distribution and account management at Fidante Partners, part of the Challenger Group. Previously he held a variety of account management roles with Macquarie Investment Management and Legg Mason in Australia and was an investment specialist in the quantitative resources group at Goldman Sachs Asset Management in London.

He has 17 years of investment experience and holds a bachelor of business studies degree, majoring in finance, from Massey University in New Zealand and a diploma of financial planning from the Securities Institute of Australia.

Additional information

Date and time:    Tuesday 20 Novemeber 2018      6.00pm for 6:30pm – 8.00pm.
Ample street parking is available including the adjacent public carpark.

Venue:  Saward Dawson offices. 20 Albert St Blackburn

Cost: Free of charge. Please consider inviting a colleague. Light refreshments will be available.

To book for this seminar

Online bookings: Book online

Call our office: 9894 2500 and ask for Jacki

 

 

 

 

 

 

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