QUARTERLY ECONOMIC AND INVESTMENT UPDATE - CONFERENCE CALL
Published on8 July 2021
Listen to our quarterly economic and investment update, recorded on 8 July 2021, with the following contributors from London Wall Partners (“LWP”):
- Ian McCafferty, CBE, former member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee and member of the LWP Investment Committee;
- Stuart Fowler, Investment Director of LWP; and
- Nick Fletcher, Senior Partner of LWP and Chairman of the Investment Committee.
On the call, Ian updates us on the prospects for the economy, inflation and interest rates, G7 corporate tax harmonisation and digital currencies. Stuart then discusses pertinent matters concerning our investment approach, before they answer questions.
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