2018 Global Summit: Synthesis London

2018 Global Summit: Synthesis London | Mercer


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In London on 25 April, Mercer will convene executives from around the world and across industries to reimagine how work, the workforce and business growth can intersect in the future. Building upon the success of our June 2017 inaugural event in New York City, and subsequent events in Silicon Valley and Tokyo, our 2018 Global Summit will focus on the The Future of Work.

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The experience

We created a unique experience to push boundaries and challenge participants to think differently about the issues of today and tomorrow. Synthesis is a real-time learning experience that prepares us for the future of work – not just in a conference room, but also in the real world.

Check out the video from our last Global Summit held in Brooklyn in 2017.


  • Martine Ferland is the President, EuroPac & Co-President of Health focusing on countries outside of the US. Previously, she was the leader of the Retirement business for EuroPac.

    Martine has over 25 years' experience in retirement consulting, leadership, strategy and business development. She has worked with clients in a number of industries, in particular manufacturing, telecommunication, consumer goods and financial services providing advice on their global pension and benefit strategies.

    Martine has a bachelor's degree in actuarial science from Laval University. She is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries.

  • Pat is the Global Leader for Mercer’s Multinational Client Group and the chief architect and advocate of the When Women Thrive program. Pat has been with Mercer for over 10 years in multiple leadership roles, most recently as President - North America Region. Prior to that, she was the President of Mercer’s Global Talent business. From 2005 through 2008 she was the Chief Marketing and Sales Officer.

    In 2011, Pat was the Project Advisor for The World Economic Forum’s Practicing Talent Mobility for Economic Growth project. The successful outcome of the World Economic Forum-Mercer collaboration enables a global community of leaders to connect, educate and share information to drive a shared agenda, which will enhance global workforce mobility to stimulate economic growth. She continues to lead the second phase of the project on disrupting unemployment, the Future of Jobs. Pat currently serves as co-vice chair on the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Education and Skills.

    For most of her 25-year career, she has collaborated with and been involved in innovative and pioneering work in the area of human capital strategy, HR function strategy, talent management and rewards strategy. 

    Prior to joining Mercer in 2005, Pat led Mellon HR Services – the human resource consulting and outsourcing division of Mellon Financial Services. She also held various business leadership roles at Towers Perrin.  She was the Managing Director of strategic planning, and sales and marketing. Pat was a member of Towers Perrin's Executive Committee and Board of Directors.

    For her strong advocacy, development and mentorship of women, Pat was selected as one of the Women Worth Watching In 2010 by Diversity Journal.  In May 2012, she was selected by Consulting Magazine − which is published by the Kennedy Institute − as one of the nation’s top 25 consultants, recognized for her excellence in leadership. 

  • Gordon is a senior partner based in Lippincott’s San Francisco office, where he heads the firm’s organisational engagement practice. A recognised expert on organisational strategy and implementation, Gordon is a keynote speaker, workshop leader and strategic facilitator with over 25 years of experience in employee engagement, organisational change, internal branding and communications.

    As a thought leader and executive advisor, Gordon’s focus is to help companies become more purposeful, connected and effective. As a facilitator, he brings fresh insight and depth to the power of every conversation, inspiring leaders to connect with their people and create environments in which employees thrive.

    Prior to joining Lippincott, Gordon was
    CEO of Bonfire Communications, which
    he founded in 2000. There, he partnered
    with an array of global brands — including The Gap, Genentech, Harrah's Entertainment, Merck, Oracle and Starbucks — to implement critical business initiatives and significantly impact his clients’ cultures and business performance.

    Gordon studied advertising and design at the University of Maryland, fine art at San Jose State University and entrepreneurism at MIT. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and two daughters, and spends much of his free time in contemplative practice, doing yoga and enjoying the outdoor life and culinary bounty of the Bay Area. 

Immersive gallery

An eye-opening, interactive experience that brings to life how work will be different in the not-so-distant future. Attendees are taken through pods, each one representing the key topic areas that will frame thinking throughout the day.

Our interactive pods include:

Human Capital Risk vs. Uncertainty

How multinational organizations manage "risk" vs. "uncertainty”, to adapt to the rapid change and disruption?

  • Haig R. Nalbantian is a Senior Partner at Mercer and a founder/leader of Mercer’s Workforce Sciences Institute. A labor/organizational economist, he has been instrumental in developing Mercer’s unique capability to measure the economic impact of human capital practices. Those capabilities have been applied in numerous projects he has directed for leading companies in the U.S. and abroad across a broad range of industries, including energy, high technology, manufacturing, consumer products, financial services, media and information services, telecommunications, and professional services. In over twenty-five years of consulting, Haig has worked with many high-profile organizations to introduce or strengthen their use of evidence-based human capital management, including the identification, management and mitigation of human capital risks.

    Haig came to Mercer from National Economic Research Associates which he joined in 1989. Earlier, he was on the faculty of economics at New York University and was a research scientist at its C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics. He is an internationally recognized expert in incentives, human capital measurement and management and their links to organizational performance. He has published widely on these topics in books and articles in leading academic and professional journals, such as the American Economic Review, The Journal of Labor Economics, The Harvard Business Review, Compensation and Benefits Review, WorldatWork, among many others. His HBR article, “Making Mobility Matter,” received the Academy of Management’s 2010 award for “Outstanding Practitioner-oriented Publication” in 2009.

    Haig co-authored the prize-winning book on human capital measurement and management, Play to Your Strengths (McGraw Hill, 2004). He is also editor of and chief contributor to the book, Incentives, Cooperation and Risk Sharing and is a frequent speaker before industry groups, professional associations and academic audiences across the globe. He led the research team and co-authored the 2012 World Economic Forum/Mercer study of global talent mobility, “Talent Mobility Good Practices: Collaboration at the Core of Driving Economic Growth.” Currently, he is leading Mercer’s research, in conjunction with Stanford University’s Center on Longevity, on gauging the contribution of older workers.

    Haig earned his BA in English and Economics at New York University and his graduate degrees in Economics from Columbia University. He is a member of the American Economic Association.

  • Norman Dreger is leader of Mercer's Multionational Client Group in EuroPac and is a member of the EP Regional Leadership Team.

    Norman joined Mercer in 1999 in the Vancouver office and transferred to Stuttgart in 2001, where he worked in the Retirement Business Line until transferring to the International Consulting Group in the spring of 2005. In 2007, he moved to the Frankfurt office to lead a team of consultants working on international pension and benefits consulting issues and on M&A transactions. He then led the CE ICG, and then the CE MCG, before assuming his current role at the end of 2016.

    Norman has a bachelor's degree in Combined Honours Chemistry and Mathematics with a Minor in German from the University of British Columbia. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds a Diploma of International Employee Benefits (Dip. IEB). He is fluent in both English and German.

    Norman is on the International Employee Benefits Association (IEBA) central committee, and is a former chair of the IEBA / PMI education committee. He is also a member of Mercer's Diversity Board for Central Europe, and is the executive sponsor for Mercer's first German Mercer Cares Chapter.

Workforce for the Future

How can multinationals anticipate disruption and differentiate on talent?

  • Kate Bravery is a Partner and the Global Practices Leader for Mercer’s career business. She has more than 20 years of experience in human capital consulting and helping organizations achieve a talent advantage through people. Kate has expertise in people strategy, talent management, assessment/leadership development and HR process design. She has held office and market leadership positions in multiple countries. Prior to her current role, she was the Growth Market Regional Practice Leader for the talent strategy business. Kate is a UK chartered organizational psychologist with an MBA and an MSc. in Occupational Psychology.  Kate has two young children and lives with her family in the vibrant city of Hong Kong.

  • Antonis is a Partner in Mercer’s Career business. He currently co-leads the Mercer and Oliver Wyman partnership in helping organizations transform their workforces for the future.

    He joined Mercer in 2009 as a Principal consultant. He is actively engaged in helping organizations understand and incorporate future workforce and workplace trends that will shape the relationships between employers and employees. He has extensive experience working with Consumer Goods, Automotive, Technology, Energy and Engineering organizations all over the world.

    Antonis is a regular conference speaker. He is passionate both about the past and the future. In his current role, he is thinking about how technology and new ways of working disrupt established norms, both in the marketplace and within organizations.

    Antonis holds a B.Com in Economics and Business Administration from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa and an M.Sc in Financial and Business Economics from the University of Essex in the UK. He has lived and worked in Greece, South Africa, the UK, Brazil and Southeast Asia and held regional roles working across Europe. He is now based in New York.

Customer & Employee of the Future

What do organizations need to do differently to meet the needs of the customer and employee of the future?

  • Yvonne rejoined Mercer in 2013 and is  the Innovation Leader for the EP region. She was formerly Head of the International Consulting Group in Mercer, London before spending six years out in the industry in Senior HR roles in the Middle East and Europe. Yvonne’s consulting experience spans three decades, but it was the in-house HR experience which has been most valuable to her in understanding the real challenges of change and implementation facing HR teams.

    Yvonne has recently published her first book looking at longevity trends and their impact in the workplace http://www.newrulesoflivinglonger.com/

    She is a Fellow of the Pensions Management Institute, and has Master’s degrees in Psychology and Business Research.

  • Dan is a partner in Innovation based in Lippincott’s New York office. His expertise focuses on the innovation spaces that emerge from changing customer needs, expectations, fears and desires. He is a leading voice in Lippincott’s intellectual capital and has authored several reports on how to build emotional bonds with the customer of the future.

    His past work covers a wide range of innovation and branding topics, including brand development, business design, opportunity space identification, consumer behavior and experience design. He has developed long-term innovation strategies for F50 companies in the health care, retail and financial services, applying deep customer insight and the latest technology capabilities to pressing business challenges. He has also spent time revitalizing historic brands like Walmart, Caterpillar and eBay, and working in post-M&A brand strategy projects for Level 3 Communications and Brickman & ValleyCrest, as well as new product brand strategy for Clear Channel and Reckitt Benkiser.

    As seen in The New York Times, The Economist, Forbes, Fast Company, Huffington Post, The Economist and at events like SXSW and Advertising Week, Dan’s groundbreaking research on “The Happiness Halo” and “The Customer of the Future” are being used by brands across the globe to design better customer experiences.

    Prior to joining Lippincott, Dan worked as an advertising strategy MBA intern at Google and spent four years as a sales, marketing and communication consultant at the Corporate Executive Board, advising Fortune 500 customer service executives on best practices in customer loyalty, customer segmentation and customer experience mapping.

    Dan holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in philosophy and communication studies from Northwestern University.

Multifaceted Workforce Strategy

How do we thoughtfully design inclusion in the workplace using data?

  • Deirdre Golden is the Leader of Mercer’s Vanguard Diversity and Inclusion Network and Co-Chair of the Global Diversity Forum, which she helped found in 2004.  Deirdre has over 15 years’ experience of D&I in the UK, Europe and globally.  She works in partnership with global and multinational organisations, as well as the public and third sector, on all dimensions of diversity and inclusion, providing expertise, guidance and support to organisations.  She frequently acts as a trusted adviser to organisations, drawing on best practices, to help them create diverse and inclusive work places and cultures, fit for the future.

    Deirdre was previously a Board Director of the West Euston Partnership, a government funded, regeneration partnership in the London Borough of Camden, where she worked with a wide range of stakeholders in developing the strategy for the partnership. She was an early member of the UK National Working Group on the European Commission’s “For Diversity Against Discrimination” campaign.  Deirdre was recently recognised, for the second year running, as one of the top 50 diversity professionals in the industry by the Global Diversity List. She is an active volunteer with a children’s charity, and a mentor and alumni of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women.

    Deirdre has a Master’s Degree LLM (Employment Law with Merit), University of Middlesex Business School; BA Honours Economic and Political Sociology, University of East Anglia; and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development. 

  • Julia has worked in professional services organisations for over more than 12 years, specializing specialising in strategic workforce planning, workforce analytics and workforce metrics. She has worked across a variety of services, including formulating business cases, education and learning, and as a principal consultant in analytics and planning projects.

    Julia has conducted consulting engagements for clients in a variety of industries, including telecommunications, air services, mining, manufacturing, banking and finance, health, and IT, in a number of countries and regions, including Australia, Asia, Europe, the Americas and Africa.

    Julia has bachelor's degrees in law and business from QUT in Brisbane, Australia

  • Robert is a Global Client Director at Mercer. Based in London, he is responsible for developing and managing Mercer’s relationships with a number of key multinational clients across all business lines and all geographies.

    Robert has a passion for diversity and inclusion and is a member of the steering committees for Mercer’s Gender Parity Networks for Europe. He is also a member of Mercer’s UK Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council.

    Robert is Co-President of PWN Global, a major global women’s network. In this role he shares the leadership of the global board and works to engage men in driving for gender balance.

  • Konrad is a Partner and the Global Consulting Leader Career and the Regional Leader M&A EuroPac, Multinational Client Group. Previously he was the Market Business Leader Talent and before that the Head of M&A for Central Europe. He has experience in international HR management gained from both line management and consulting roles. Prior to joining Mercer Konrad has worked at two multinationals in various capacities including pensions and benefits.

Total Well-being

What does the full ecosystem of well-being look like in the future? Topics include digital health, diversity, resiliency, mental health and healthcare delivery.

  • Graham is the Global Consulting Leader within Mercer's Multinational Client Group.  The Multinational Client Group provides strategic advice, project management and relationship management to large multinationals.  We help multinationals manage their people, reward and benefit plan strategy, systems and other issues outside the home country and with topics that cross international boundaries, including implementation, project management and execution.

    Graham returned to Mercer in 2010 after a 3 year break at KPMG in Munich where he had established the German pensions team specializing in Mergers and Acquisitions. 

    In his previous career with Mercer, he led Mercer's M&A service in Germany from 2004 to 2007.  Graham began his career with Mercer in 1990 in the UK actuarial team in Manchester.  He then moved into the International Consulting Group in 1998 in London.

     Graham graduated with a First Class Honours degree from Manchester University.  

  • Jonathan Day-Miller (JD) has spent his whole career in Employee Benefits (18 years). For the last eight years, he has worked with some of the largest global technology brands to understand their benefit administration challenges and to work with them on solving these through our technology, Darwin. In the tech space these include Cisco, Amazon, Intuit, Uber as well as organisations with more complex organisational benefit structures like Bristol Myers-Squibb, P&G and GE.

  • Many Wu is a principal based in Los Angeles with over 10 years of US and Global Health management experience. Her clients have been recognized by the World Economic Forum, International AIDS Conference and Global Business Group on Health for their commitment to improve employee health and well-being in the US and globally.  She also advises multinational clients on diversity and inclusion strategies for women’s health and family planning to address health issues, evolve employee experiences and improve employee engagement.

    Many’s background is in health care administration and global health. She is a graduate of University of Southern California, magna cum laude, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Business and Public Policy.

Panel discussions

Global Panel: Future of Work

Pat Milligan, Senior Partner and Global Leader for Mercer’s Multinational Client Group, will open up a panel discussion of senior executives from healthcare and financial services industries as well as experts in technology, diversity and wellbeing. Renee McGowan, Mercer’s Global Leader for Individual Wealth, will provide unique insights into global trends and solutions addressing Financial Security.

  • Based in New York Renée is Mercer’s Global Leader for DC and Individual Wealth. This role is responsible for the global strategy and growth of the individual retirement savings segment – a growing segment that serves the wealth needs of companies and their individual employees. Prior to this Renee was the Chief Customer & Marketing Officer for Mercer in the Pacific where she was responsible for Mercer’s retail pension business and for ensuring an exceptional customer experience for Mercer’s 1.3 million individual investors. She was a Director of Mercer Financial Advice (Australia) Pty Ltd. Renée is a passionate advocate for helping all people achieve their best financial future.

    Renee has over 17 years’ experience in the financial services industry across Asia, the Pacific and the United Kingdom. Renée frequently presents on topics such as retirement trends and disruption, customer experience and modern marketing practices and and for the last two years she was listed in the Top 10 CMO’s in Australia (CMO50) by CMO Magazine. She plays a mentoring role with entrepreneurs in developing nations as part of the Cherie Blaire Foundation’s Mentoring Women in Business Program and is an active supporter of Plan International’s “Because I am a girl” campaign. Renee was awarded a Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal by the Australian Government for delivering humanitarium services overseas.

  • Laurie is the Chief Revenue Officer at Thrive Global. She has more than 20 years experience as a sales and marketing leader at various technology companies. Most recently, she was at Curalate as Chief Revenue Officer and before that Oracle Data Cloud where she led Sales and Client Solutions for the Brand Solutions Group. She was part of the executive leadership team at Datalogix that transformed the business into the world’s largest data company for marketers and was sold to Oracle in 2015 at a 33X return to investors. Prior to that Laurie worked at several other start-ups all of which were either acquired by IBM or Mode Media. Laurie was born and educated in England, spent some of her childhood in Asia and met her husband in 1995 during the America’s Cup in San Diego. The family now resides between Florida and New York with two boys who attend school in Miami.

    Thrive Global is a media, technology, and corporate services company helping individuals, companies and communities improve their well-being and performance.

  • I M Human helps organizations implement actionable and measurable initiatives that support the emotional well-being of their employees.

    Prior to I M Human, Ian founded Maestro Market, a marketplace for experts. Before that, he ran ReplayTV, a successful brand of DVR systems. He sold the company to DirecTV in 2008. 

    He began his career on Wall Street in the Investment Banking divisions of Prudential Securities and Patricof & Co. 

    Ian earned an MBA from Columbia University & UC Berkeley’s HAAS School of Business, where he taught entrepreneurship upon graduation. He earned a BS in Economics from Cornell University.    

  • Richard Smith-Bingham is a Director in Marsh & McLennan Companies’ Global Risk Center.  Based in London, he explores the evolving macro-level risk landscape for companies and governments and advises them on how to better anticipate and respond to emerging threats.  He publishes widely on these issues, is a frequent speaker at conferences, and often participates in projects run by multilateral bodies and non-governmental organizations.  He also runs BRINK, a digital content platform that convenes the perspectives of leaders on emerging global risks, posting a new article each day.

    Publication topics include geopolitics, social instability, cyber risk, energy sector challenges and sustainability, corporate risk appetite, emerging risk anticipation, reputation risk, and risk culture.  He is on the Advisory Board of the World Economic Forum Global Risks Reports and is a Steering Group member of the OECD’s High-Level Risk Forum, which is led out of the Public Governance Directorate and focuses on country-level risk governance arrangements. 

    He moved to his present role at the heart of Marsh & McLennan Companies from the strategy consulting firm Oliver Wyman (part of MMC), where he advised large multinationals (industrial and service sector firms) on how to negotiate the interface between strategy and risk and manage future earnings volatility.  Areas of consulting expertise include risk appetite, risk-adjusted financial planning, commodity price risk management, energy trading risk management, risk governance frameworks (identification, assessment, quantification, reporting, oversight) and organisational change.

    Earlier in his 25-year career, Richard was the Head of Policy and Research at NESTA, focused on galvanizing innovation in the UK.  He has a PhD in English Literature from University College London and a BA from Oxford University.  He speaks some French and Spanish. 


Gary Simmons, Partner and Client Manager at Mercer, will facilitate a panel of executives and experts including Martine Ferland, President of Mercer, EuroPac, on this important topic including short- and long-term implications.

  • An actuary by training, Gary joined Mercer in December 2009 and has over 35 years’ experience in HR and Benefits Consulting. He was  previously a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers for 15 years.  His varied roles range from being a  Pension Plan Actuary, to Executive  Compensation, Culture Change  and Talent Consulting, as well as operational, leadership and client account management roles. In the mid-2000s he set up PwC’s HR consulting practice in the Middle East.

    In the late 1990’s he bought mathematical finance approaches to the world of executive remuneration, and claims, with a colleague, to have coined the term ‘HR Analytics’ in Amsterdam in 1998. Much of his technical work over the last 20 years in the HR field  has continued to use extensive data and modelling techniques, through workforce planning and analytics to cultural models for organisations. He currently coordinates Mercer’s work in supporting clients in Brexit related matters, and led the research behind the Mercer Workforce Monitor TM first published in February 2017. The latest report focusing on the impact if ageing and migration on the UK regions was published in March 2018.

    As well as consulting on workforce matters, Gary’s is Mercer’s global relationship manager for a small number of Mercer’s multi-national clients.

  • Chris is a former Paralympic swimmer who won nine gold, five silver and one bronze medal across four Games, including a record haul of six golds at Barcelona 1992.

    Chris is also Chair of the Global Disability Innovation Hub, Diversity Adviser to the civil service, non-executive director at Channel 4 and Chancellor at BPP University.

    In 2013, Chris entered the House of Lords where his focus is on technology and the digital opportunity, employment, education and skills, media and sport. He sits on the Future Talent Steering Group which offers thought leadership on the future of work and how best to develop opportunities and skills for people and organisations in a changing world.

    Chris is vice-chair of the Parliamentary Groups on Assistive Technology, Fintech, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and the 4th IR. He is a member of the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence and has been member of Committees on Digital Skills, Social Mobility and Financial Exclusion. 

    Before entering the Lords Chris was Director of Paralympic Integration at the London 2012 Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG). From 2013-2017 Chris was Disability Commissioner at the Equality and Human Rights Commission and is a qualified lawyer. 

  • Arndt Ellinghorst is a Senior Managing Director, Head of the Global Automotive Research, and runs our London office. With over 12 years' experience covering the sector, Mr. Ellinghorst and his team have been consistently ranked top 3 in major investor surveys, and have earned a reputation for cutting edge, bottoms-up analysis and thought provoking, thematic research. Prior to joining Evercore ISI, Mr. Ellinghorst was Managing Director at Credit Suisse where he served as Head of European Automotive Research. His other positions at Credit Suisse included Global Automotive Sector Coordinator, and Co-Head of EMEA Equity Research. While at Credit Suisse, his team was consistently ranked #1 or #2 in external and internal client surveys.

    Mr. Ellinghorst also spent time at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein and WestLB Panmure, as well as working for Volkswagen and Audi. Mr. Ellinghorst graduated in 1998 with a degree in Business Administration from University in Osnabrueck.

  • Emma Ross-Thomas is the Brexit editor at Bloomberg News, where she was previously London Bureau Chief. She spent most of her journalistic career outside London, including stints in Madrid and Istanbul. In her current role she overseas the Brexit coverage on politics, companies and finance from London and Bloomberg's network of bureaus across Europe.


During this session, we will use interactive full- and small-group dialogues to crowdsource, reframe and prioritize the most pressing questions of talent leaders today for each of our four topic areas from the Immersive Gallery.


Participants will choose one area from the morning’s future gallery to revisit and further explore how this topic manifests applies to their organization. They will leverage the Framestorming questions to dive deeper into strategic planning to address their chosen topic. They will start to build an implementation plan that tackles the challenges of today and the future.


Participants will take part in a group discussion to surface the insights and learnings from the Hackathon.

Spotlight Conversation

  • Achim is a Senior Partner and the CEO of Mercer for Central and Eastern Europe. His responsibilities include the services Mercer provides for more than 8,000 clients in the areas of Health, Wealth and Career, with teams based in 12 cities across the region.

    Achim has worked for Mercer for more than 15 years and held a number of Senior Leadership positions; including Finance Director for the EMEA region and Chief Operating Officer for the EMEA Retirement Business.

    Achim started his professional career in 1994 as an Auditor for KPMG in Munich. He worked also as a CFO at a start-up company, providing internet technology solutions for private insurance products. Prior to joining Mercer he was the Sales Director for a Frankfurt based venture capital firm.

    Achim graduated with a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Tuebingen, Germany. He is a Certified Public Accountant (Wirtschaftsprüfer) and a Certified Tax Advisor (Steuerberater).

    Achim is based in Frankfurt, Germany.




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2018 Investment and M&A roundtable - 24 April

We are extending an invitation to our multinational clients to attend two important roundtable discussions, one focused on investing and the other on M&A. These sessions will take place from 1.00pm to 6.00pm at the Mercer Office, Tower Place West, London EC3R 5BU. View the agenda or sign up on our Synthesis registration site.

We hope to see you in April.

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