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Who's pulling the strings?

Tuesday 20 September 2016, 2.30-5.30pm (registration from 2pm)

Central bank intervention, weak corporate accountability and political upheaval have all distorted investment markets. There is increasingly visible popular anger with the political establishment (from Brexit to Trump), with a system which disproportionately serves a minority of the wealthy elite, and indeed a feeling of disenfranchisement and disillusion about the failure of capitalism to deliver improvements in standards of living.

This Sarasin & Partners Seminar will address themes around some of the social, environmental and geopolitical issues that frame tomorrow’s investment landscape.  We will be looking at how policy is made, who is ‘pulling the strings’ of power and what this means for savers and investors.

The seminar will be held at the London Stock Exchange in London on Tuesday 20th September.

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