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Webinars you can’t miss

As working from home has become the new normal for most people, there are still many opportunities for advisers and investors to cut through the noise and hear insights from some of the best investment managers and research teams with a range of webinars being hosted online every day.
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As working from home has become the new normal for most people, there are still many opportunities for advisers and investors to cut through the noise and hear insights from some of the best investment managers and research teams with a range of webinars being hosted online every day. We’ve put together a list of webinars available to continue education during this uncertain time:

Invesco Credit Partners Opportunities 2020 Fund

Invesco believes the timing of this distressed debt strategy could not be better given the current market dynamics. Advisers are invited to hear the latest update on the small and middle distressed credit market from the Paul Triggiani, and understand why they think the time is right for this compelling sector.

  • Date: 23 July 2020

    Time: 10.00am

    Standard & Poor’s – Has the pandemic turned the commodity markets upside down?

    Commodity supply chains came into focus in the first half of 2020, with extreme price volatility affecting a wide range of commodities including energy, food, copper, and gold. Will that volatility persist as global economies rebound?

    Join David Bassanese, Chief Economist at BetaShares, Jim Wiederhold, Associate Director, Commodities and Real Assets at S&P Dow Jones Indices, as they share insights into what a post-pandemic commodities market might look like.

    Date: 28 July 2020

    Time: 11.00am
    Montaka’s Year in Review
    Financial Year 2020 has likely been the most volatile and challenging period for investors since the GFC. Over the course of the year, we have faced headwinds from trade disputes, continued escalations in broader geopolitical tensions and, of course, the COVID-19 pandemic which has fundamentally changed the world as we know it.

    Join Andy Macken and Chris Demasi, Portfolio Managers of Montaka Global Investments, as they discuss the 2020 Financial Year and how they are positioned to take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead

    Date: 30 July 2020

    Time: 12.00pm

    ETF Securities – High conviction investing and leveraging

    ETF Securities recently launched two leveraged funds to offer short-term market exposure to the Nasdaq-100, which includes some of the most innovative companies in the world. Join the upcoming webinar to discuss

    • Leveraged and inverse products – the next frontier on the Australian ETP market.
    • Introducing the ETF Securities Ultras range.
    • Risks vs benefits of short and leveraged funds.
    • Using in a portfolio.




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