Merryn Somerset-Webb confirmed for Master Investor 2015
We are pleased to announce that Merryn Somerset-Webb, editor in chief of MoneyWeek, has been confirmed as the latest headline speaker for Master Investor 2015. She joins the line up of big name speakers for the show, which will be held at the usual venue of the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, from 9am on Saturday 25th April 2015.
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Headline speakers at Master Investor 2015…
Jim Mellon – Entrepreneur and former fund manager, worth an estimated £850m according to the Sunday Times Rich list.
Jim made some strikingly accurate predictions at last year’s show, so find out where he sees opportunities and pitfalls now.
Nigel Farage – Former City trader and leader of the UK Independence party, Nigel is sure to give a controversial and thought provoking speech, just days before the UK General Election. Not to be missed!
Merryn Somerset-Webb – Merryn Somerset Webb is the editor in chief of MoneyWeek. After gaining a first class degree in history & economics at Cambridge, Merryn became a Daiwa scholar and spent a year studying Japanese at London University. In 1992, she moved to Japan to continue her Japanese studies and to produce business programmes for NHK, Japan’s public TV station.
James Ferguson – For more than 20 years, James Ferguson has enjoyed a high-powered career as an institutional broker, giving him first-hand experience of top companies like Nomura, Robert Fleming & Co., and SBC Warburg.
Small Cap Growth Companies…
In addition, Master Investor also features the CEOsand directors of up to 100 small cap companies. It is therefore a unique opportunity to quiz those running companies you may have invested in, or to look for others with high growth potential.
Some exhibitors booked in for the 2015 show include:
Inspired Asset Management, Port Erin Biopharma, Webis, Manx Financial Group, Forbidden Technologies, Aegis Capital, Avation, Condor Gold, Cytox, Diabetic Boot Company, ECR Minerals, IOM Government, KPMG, Plastics Capital, Plethora Solutions, REX Bionics, Stroma, Summit plc, Synergy Pharmaceuticals, Thundelarra, Tri-Star Resources, Ventri-point, Viveve, Symphony Environmental, Binary.com, Stanley Gibbons, Lendinvest, Prime Wealth Group, Wealth Training Company, Avantis and many more to be confirmed in the coming weeks…