‘Witness’ Harvard House Investment Conference: top-notch speakers to address burning issues of trying times

2009-05-21 00:00

DON’T miss today’s investment conference.

Where should you invest during difficult times? Has the equity market bottomed out? Have we felt the full impact of the world economy yet or is there still worse to come?

These and other burning issues of concern to investors will be addressed by top-level speakers at today’s Witness Harvard House Investment Conference at the Sinodale Centre in Burger Street.

Tickets are available at the door and the event starts at 8 am for 8.30 am.

Sipho Shabalala, the head of the KZN Treasury, is among the line-up of top speakers and the confe­rence offers Witness readers an opportunity to be exposed to the investment advice of top-notch investment advisors and strategists, including Deanne Gordon of JP Morgan, Kokkie Kooyman, CEO of Sanlam Investment Management’s Global Unit, Ronnie Holtshausen of Port Holdings Grindrod and Michael Porter of Harvard House Investment Management.

The theme of the event is “Positioning for the Next Upcycle”.

The admission fee is R195, which includes teas and lunch.

The event ends at 3.45 pm.

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