New Generation Investing - An income for life

Investing against a background of persistently low interest rates presents new challenges for people looking for long-term income. We start this session by reviewing investment theory to get a core understanding of how markets operate. We will look at how cashflow modelling can create more efficient income streams before going on the discuss effective strategies.

We will finish by looking at our research around long-term socio-economic trends such as the rise of robotics, the effects of an aging population and the continuing demand for scarce resources and their implication for long-term investing.

Date: 19 September 2018

Time(s): 08.15 for 08.30

12:15 for 12:30

Where: The Enterprise Centre, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ

The Masterclass will last around two hours with questions and discussion.

Refreshments will be available. There is no charge for the Masterclass but you may like to consider a donation of £20 to Ormiston Families MPower project to support parents who have had a child taken into care.

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What people have to say about previous events....

The masterclass at Chadwicks, for me is a fantastic way to boost my knowledge in an important field which I often feel the effects from, yet seldom get to learn about. A wonderful setting at the enterprise centre, amongst like-minded company.

Andy Davies | Business Development | Green Duck

I have been a regular attendee at Chadwick’s business seminars for several years and without fail I have found the sessions to be useful and practical on the one hand whilst thought provoking and inspiring on the other. Many advisers can put on topical seminars, few can make you feel that you want to go on to study the subject yourself!

Dawn Parkes | Managing Partner | Hatch Brenner