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Citywire Global New Ideas 2015: the radical new investor forum

New ideas are the lifeblood of any dynamic business and in today’s rapidly-changing economic landscape this has never been more true for the investment world.

Kicking off on November 25-27 in the beautiful setting of the Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Mediterranée, our new Global New Ideas event will bring innovative strategies from providers fund houses you know and trust, specialist products from new firms and existing strategies that have been revamped to take a totally new direction.

Over the three days of this brand new event, selectors will have the chance to meet portfolio managers offering very best ideas in all three of these categories.

But that’s not all. Our ground-breaking new format will also include ‘elevator pitch’ sessions, where fund selectors have a unique opportunity to influence the product development plans of leading asset managers.

All this plus our most radical speaker programme to date, including architect Michael Pawlyn, who will show how the natural world’s 3.6 billion year R&D period can provide solutions to many complex human problems.

During the event leading portfolio managers will hold restricted round-table workshops for intimate face-to-face sessions with fund selectors. The portfolio managers include:

  • BMO Global Asset Management
  • CSOP Asset Management
  • ETF Securities
  • Foord Asset Management
  • Jupiter Asset Management
  • Macquarie Investment Management
  • MainFirst Asset Management
  • Pictet
  • RenAsset Management
  • Standard Life Investments

It's one of the most exciting programmes we've ever put together.

We only have a limited number of places available for fund selection professionals. To register your interest in attending this event and to receive further details of the programme, please email

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