The global association of investment professionals, the CFA Institute, held their 68th annual conference this week in Germany.
The flagship conference rotates continents each year and is one of the investment industry’s largest and longest running educational gatherings of investment professionals, attracting as many as 1,800 delegates from 70 countries in prior years.
Speakers included "top economists, legendary investors, bestselling investment authors, and governmental and regulatory leaders who share insights on today’s most critical investment issues, examine market trends, uncover new investment opportunities, and deliver practical investment advice".
The Telegraph's Liam Halligan hosted an event on EU Debt and Prospects for Growth: A Fairly “Grimm” Tale? with Gemma Godfrey moderating the discussion on Financial Innovation, Market Structure, and the Implications for Investors.
The event ran from the 26 - 29 April with Live Broadcasts being available for those who were not able to make it to Germany.
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