LIVE WEBCAST: 18 November 2020
The US election is one of many factors that could impact markets in the short and medium term – but investors need to be aware of what has already changed. Did you notice the differences between the Covid-19 sell off and what happened in 2008? Why was the recovery much quicker this time – even after accounting for monetary and fiscal support?
Join us to explore how tighter regulation since the Great Financial Crisis has allowed well-capitalised banks to keep lending in times of stress, while instruments including ETFs provide liquidity and almost real-time price discovery to enable efficient trading.
Investors need to be aware of this changing market landscape and consider how to be ready for the fleeting opportunities that will be created by the next event.
Who should attend
Rupert Watson, Head of Asset Allocation, Mercer
Aisling Doherty, Head of Fixed Income, Mercer
Anthony Brown, Director of capital markets, US, Mercer