Webinar: Brexit and Beyond
Date: January 16, 2019
Time: 10:00-11:00 a.m. EST
Is your plan ready to weather a potential storm associated with Brexit? Or, are you looking for ways to turn this into an opportunity? What are the risks and opportunities for institutional investors as Britain prepares to leave the EU? During this webinar, experts will discuss what to expect when Brexit comes and how to prepare. They'll also highlight what’s next. Is your plan aware of, and ready for, the European geopolitical risks of 2019?
Iain Begg is a professor at the European Institute and co-director of the Dahrendorf Forum on the Future of Europe, London School of Economics and Political Science. He has directed and participated in a series of research projects on different facets of EU governance and economic policy, and recently served as a specialist adviser to the House of Lords European Communities Committee for inquiries into the development of EU economic governance. He has undertaken a number of other advisory roles and is a frequent contributor to international conferences on EU economic policy issues.
Johanna Kyrklund joined Schroders in 2007 and is based in London. She leads the multi-asset investments division, is a member of the Group Management Committee (GMC) and chairs the Global Asset Allocation Committee. She is responsible for investments on behalf of multi-asset clients globally, and is the lead fund manager of the Schroder diversified growth strategy. Prior to joining Schroders, Kyrklund specialized in tactical asset allocation strategies. From 2005 she worked at Insight Investment, where she managed an unconstrained global macro absolute return fund. From 1997 to 2005 she worked at Deutsche Asset Management where she was head of asset allocation in the UK and fund manager of the Deutsche tactical asset allocation fund. Kyrklund also holds the chartered financial analyst designation.
Canadian Investment Review is Canada's leading forum for academics, institutional investors and industry practitioners to exchange ideas on the capital markets, investment and economic theory and the related sociology and demographics. To that end, it publishes articles that offer original ideas based on existing literature and brings new insight to relevant themes and practices within the institutional investment community.