Catch 2022 – Policy Paradox

Wednesday, 13 April 2022
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (UK time)
    • Jennifer Christian, Business Development Manager, Brooks MacDonald (North West)
    • Andrew Bennie, Investment Director, Brooks MacDonald (North West)

At this PFS webinar Brooks MacDonald will be providing a macroeconomic overview, summarising current global market conditions and what they believe will be the key areas of focus for 2022. They will also provide insight into where and how they believe opportunities will present themselves in the year ahead, with an explanation of how this will shape their overall asset allocation strategy.

By attending this event delegates will be able to:

  • To understand the current geopolitical events and their impact on markets
  • To understand the key areas of investor risk in 2022
  • To be aware of how ‘time in the market’ rather than ‘market timing’ can have an impact on client portfolios

Guest Speakers:

Jennifer Christian, Business Development Manager for Brooks MacDonald (North West)

Jennifer joined Brooks Macdonald in 2021 as a Business Development Manager covering the North West region. She is responsible for developing and managing new business relationships with professional intermediaries and supporting the Investment Managers in driving growth across the North West.

Prior to this, Jennifer worked at Schroders Personal Wealth as an Investment Specialist for the North West, and has also held investment roles at Wealth at Work, Quilter Cheviot and Deutsche Bank. She has over 15 years of industry experience.

Andrew Bennie, Investment Director for Brooks MacDonald (North West)

Andrew joined Brooks Macdonald in 2010 and manages bespoke discretionary portfolios on behalf of a range of clients.

Andrew holds the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) Chartered Wealth Manager Qualification and the Investment Management Certificate (IMC). He is also a Chartered Fellow of the CISI.

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