London Evening Meeting – October 2019: Investing in Gold
Hosted by Baker McKenzie:
Who can attend:
Attendance is restricted to staff of SPP Member organisations. However, if you would like to attend as our guest, please contact us to request a guest pass.
Investing in Gold.
Given the current global growth slowdown and recessionary indicators, should pension schemes be looking to allocate to more alternative assets or safe haven assets, such as gold? Central bank buying demand for gold has been growing exponentially over the last few years, but should pension funds also be looking at the asset? How can schemes measure the value of gold within a portfolio for reporting purposes?
John Reade (Chief Market Strategist and Head of Research, World Gold Council)
5.00 p.m. – Registration and refreshments
5.30 p.m. – Start of meeting
6.45 p.m. – The meeting is expected to end following questions and answers and will be followed by refreshments
- PMI: 1¼ hours under the PMI CPD Scheme
- Solicitors Regulation Authority: 1¼ hours (Reference 464329)
- Actuarial Profession: Attendance at this meeting could be considered towards the 10 hours external CPD required under the Actuarial Profession’s arrangements.
London evening meetings can be oversubscribed. Where we assess this to be likely, we will cap initial attendance at a maximum of ten per Member organisation. Any names in excess of ten will be placed on a waiting list and we will be in touch if it proves possible to accommodate them.
As always, in the event of the expected attendance exceeding the capacity of the venue, we reserve the right to decline bookings.