Investing in Turbulent Times

Fee
R300
Venue
Auditorium
Contact
Sibongile Nkawu: +27 11 771 4390

​​​Do you know what to look out for when investing in turbulent markets, South Africa and even offshore? Alec Hogg, author of "How to Invest on the JSE like Warren Buffett: South African Guide on Applying Wisdom of the World's Greatest Wealth Creator to Investing in Shares", joins us for a forum discussion with Adrian Saville (Chief Strategist at Citadel, founder of Cannon Asset Managers & Professor in economics, finance & strategy ​at GIBS).

Everyone will benefit from understanding risk in the current economic climate and particularly how that influences their financial future in South Africa.

Read the Fin24 review of Alec's book here

Additional Forum Information 

Registration: 17h45 - 18h00

Forum Start Time: 18h00​​​​​​​​

Length: 1 hour 30 minutes

Cocktails will be served after the event​​​​​ and seats are limited.​​​

Please engage with us on Twitter: @GIBS_SA | #gibsforum, #gibsconference, #gibsevent, #gibsmba
  • Professor Adrian Saville

    ​​In 1994, while completing his doctorate in economics, Adrian formed an investment vehicle which became the forerunner to Cannon Asset Managers where today, he is an executive director and serves as the chief investment officer (CIO). Adrian’s conviction to build his own asset management company was based on his distinct investment philosophy of contrarian, deep-value investing and on his genetic makeup having been confirmed by a brief spell in the corporate world. He has experience in managing all of the major asset classes. Adrian has successfully combined teaching and business over the years, having lectured at the University of the Witwatersrand, the University of KwaZulu-Natal, the University of Pretoria and the Estonian Business School. Currently, he holds a visiting professorship of economics and finance at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), where he also teaches competitive strategy. Adrian has received the Excellence in Teaching Award at GIBS on six occasions since 2007, and in 2012 was nominated for the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Business Professor of the Year Award.

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