mallowstreet Dinner: A New Paradigm in Investment Strategy

In the increasingly interconnected world of global financial markets, traditional investment approaches have been shaken. The previously trusted method of diversifying between equities and bonds has faltered in recent times, leaving investors searching for a more resilient investment option that offers reliable protection, diversification, and the ability to seize opportunities in all market conditions. 

 

Over dinner, we will discuss new solutions that are being developed to address several market needs that are increasingly relevant to institutional investors. From the increasing frequency of extreme market movements due to the rise of non-fundamental investors to the growing need for strategies that can weather financial storms and seize opportunities from market dislocations, the Berenberg Guardian Strategy aims to fill these gaps with an intelligent, tactical approach that combines discretionary and systematic decision-making. We will examine why a focus on equity hedging that aims to achieve positive returns each year and exhibits a negative correlation to falling equity markets and low correlation to "normal" equity markets is increasingly of interest to pension funds and insurance companies.


This event is FREE to attend for investment decision makers and their advisers, and is accredited for CPD points by the Pensions Management Institute (PMI).


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Speakers

Program

  1. Guest Arrival and Welcome Drinks

  2. Seated for Dinner

  3. Dinner Service begins followed by Presentation and Discussion

    Join the team from Berenberg over dinner, where we discuss new solutions that are being developed to address several market needs that are increasingly relevant to institutional investors. 

  4. End