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Keep calm & reduce downside risk

Keep calm & reduce downside risk

Robeco Masterclass

High valuations do not imply a correction is imminent but they do indicate higher downside risk. A ‘Conservative’ approach can help reduce such risk – come and hear how from Robeco’s Pim van Vliet, Robeco’s Head of Conservative Equities and Co-Head of Quant Allocation, and Frank Wirds, Client Portfolio Manager Quant Equities.

CPD points will be made available.

Sydney

Monday, 11 March 2019. Add to calendar
12:00pm – 2:00pm, including networking lunch
Establishment Room II, Level 3, 252 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
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Melbourne

Tuesday, 12 March 2019. Add to calendar
12:00pm – 2:00pm, including networking lunch
Rydges Melbourne, Level 1, 186 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
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