Sanjeev Shah, the successor to Anthony Bolton's on the Fidelity Special Situations Fund, has been confirmed as a speaker at Fidelity International's annual investment forum.
Outgoing manager Bolton, Jorma Korhonen, Richard Skelt, Tim McCarron, and Ian Spreadbury are also set to speak at the event, which takes in seven venues nationwide between October 1 and 5.
Fidelity says the theme at this year’s event is ‘Changing Times’, and says each manager will offer their differing views on where markets are headed, their respective investment sectors and funds, and discuss how they find their long-term opportunities.
Peter Hicks, head of IFA channel at Fidelity International, says: “Every single one of this year’s portfolio manager speakers is an attraction in his own right and, with Anthony Bolton looking back at some of the lessons to be gleaned from his long and successful investment career, the event looks sure to be in strong demand.
“This is a great opportunity for advisers to hear from some of the industry’s best known managers on a broad range of assets classes and markets.
“In addition to the main forum presentations we will be repeating the Q&A section, with questions from the audience, which proved so popular last year.”
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