Following on from our Market Update webinar in March at the beginning of the pandemic, we are pleased to invite you to our next webinar. Titled COVID-19: Six Months On, we will look at the macroeconomic impact of COVID-19 and more specifically the impact on the local North West economy. You will also hear from a Fund Manager about a sector that has perhaps benefitted from the pandemic; Technology.
We will look back at the past six months and discuss the effects Coronavirus has had on different investment markets, the economy and the technology sector. We will also look forward to what the short, medium and long-term future may hold.
The webinar will be a panel discussion hosted by Stuart Carswell – Director at Pareto with panellists:
Alex Brandreth – Chief Investment Officer at Luna Investment Management
Rob McKay – Chair – Institute of Directors, Cheshire and MD at Sherrington Associates
Fatima Lu – Fund Manager on the Polar Capital Technology Fund
We will finish off with a Q&A.
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