10th Jan 2024 Webinar
What factors are likely to impact your investments and personal finances next year? Will we see growth or shallow recession? Will inflation strike back? And what will be the impact be on your saving and investment decisions?
After another year of or financial pressures and uncertainty, most investors will be looking forward to seeing growth on the horizon and the opportunities that come with it.
But as hopes of an economic recovery start to build, watch our experts as they discuss the investment themes that are expected to impact markets over 2024.
catch up today with our engaging and interactive session as our experts cover:
Our experts also answered attendees’ market related questions in our Q&A.
Erica is a presenter and digital content creator from Toronto, Canada. Prior to her role as Spokesperson and Head of Content Strategy at Charles Stanley, Erica was a live events host and reporter in various cities in the United States.
Rob has over 20 years' experience in Financial Services and has worked as a financial adviser, pension specialist and investment analyst. He currently specialises in researching actively-managed funds and he regularly writes about investments, markets and personal finances.
Head of Research and Chief Investment Officer
Patrick has over 30 years’ experience in investment and management roles at some of Australia’s largest asset management companies. He was CIO for the Suncorp Group, the largest general insurance group in Australia, as well as BT Financial Group, the wealth and asset management arm of Westpac, one of Australia’s big four banks. Prior to that he held leadership roles in the areas of tactical asset allocation, collectives research and fixed interest portfolio management. He holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in pure and applied mathematics roles from the University of Western Australia and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Multi Asset Strategist & Portfolio Manager
Benedict joined Charles Stanley in August 2021 as an investment strategist and is responsible for producing thematic macroeconomic and market research. Benedict works on asset allocation design and is a member of the Asset Allocation Committee and the Investment Strategy Forum. Before Charles Stanley, Benedict worked at River and Mercantile as an investment consultant. He has a first-class honours degree in Management from the London School of Economics and is a CFA Charter holder.