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2 March 2017

200 Aldersgate
St. Paul's

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Liquidity conference

Getting to grips with liquidity

Liquidity risk has become a popular source of return for yield-hungry investors, but measuring its impact on portfolios is a difficult feat, especially in today’s liquidity-constrained environment. The need, therefore, to better understand the ebbs and flows of liquidity has never been more important than now.

Join us for a complimentary half-day conference focusing on the nature of liquidity in today’s uncertain market and its likely effect on portfolios.

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portfolio Verlag
Office 5.05 – 5th Floor
Fleet House
8-12 New Bridge Street
London EC4V 6AL
T: +44 20 7596 2875
F: +44 20 7688 9118
E:  london@portfolio-verlag.com


Delegate places at the portfolio institutional conference are exclusively for investment consultants and institutional investors from the following areas only:

  • Pension schemes
  • Professional trustees

Testimonials from previous portfolio institutional conferences

'A well-organised and interesting conference at which I learned some useful things.'
Giles Chance, visiting professor, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, USA

I thought the speakers were very good and it was well worth attending.’
John Jones, director of finance, London Borough of Hounslow

The conference was well organised, entertaining and relevant. The panels were well composed and offered valuable insights.'
James Kelly, head of treasury, Rentokil Initial plc

‘First rate speakers and a well balanced agenda. Discussed themes were up to date and relevant for making decisions in current markets.’
Aidan Tucker,investment analyst, investment & treasury, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance

‘I have to say that I think the afternoon sessions were all very good and the chairmanship of our session was excellent.’
Ben Shaw, pensions manager, Telereal Trillium

‘Top-level presentations and discussions that tackled some big economic and financial issues the institutional investors are currently facing.'
Georg Inderst, independent consultant, Georg Inderst advisory