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Citywire Scotland: the Turnberry countdown begins

Citywire Scotland: the Turnberry countdown begins

Citywire Scotland can confirm a star-studded line up for this year's event at Turnberry.

Economist Mariana Mazzucato will be among those taking the stage as she offers an insight into the relationship between innovation and growth.

Other guest speakers include behavioural finance specialist Paul Craven and the (unofficial) German comedy ambassador Henning Wehn, who will keep guests entertained during a gala dinner.

Finally Citywire's deputy head of investment research, Frank Talbot, will offer a fascinating insight into the trends emerging through our database of over 9,000 fund managers.

We are also delighted to be joined some of the best fund management talent in the country, who delegates will have the opportunity to grill during a series of breakout sessions.

The managers include:

Mark Niznik - Artemis

Nick Hayes- AXA Investment Managers

Donald Philips- Baillie Gifford

Andreas Zoellinger - BlackRock

Claire Manson- Franklin Templeton Investments

Alastair Mundy- Investec Asset Management

Christopher McDermott - Investec Structured Products

John Baker - JP Morgan Asset Management

James Clunie- Jupiter Asset Management  

Regina Borromeo - Legg Mason Global Asset Management

Matt Jarvis- Legal & General Investments

Stephen Message- Old Mutual Global Investors

Matthew James Arnold - State Street Global Advisors

Places are goings fast. For those wishing to attend please contact Ela Czuruk on eczuruk@citywire.co.uk

To whet your appetite, check out the action from last year's event here.

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