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Mark Boleat

Is an exodus from London to Paris on the cards?

Mark Boleat, policy chairman at the City of London Corporation and Didier le Menestrel, chairman and founder of La Financière de l’Echiquier, discuss whether Brexit will see Paris overtake London as Europe’s leading financial centre

Jeffrey Sacks, Citi

Is now the time to invest in emerging markets?

Jeffrey Sacks, Emea investment strategist at Citi Private Bank and Ajay Kapur, Asia and global emerging markets strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, ask whether emerging markets have turned a corner

Gina Miller, SCM Direct

Would the UK be better off outside the EU?

Gina Miller, founder of SCM Direct.com and Jim Mellon, entrepreneur and fund manager, discuss the impending referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU

Simon Smiles, UBS

Should investors bet on banking stocks?

Banking stocks in the US and eurozone had a difficult start to 2016 but opportunities are now arising for investors who choose carefully

Nick Wilson, Qatar Investment Fund

Does Africa or the Gulf burn brightest?

Nick Wilson of the Qatar Investment Fund and IOTA’s Jean-Charles Charki debate whether Africa or the Gulf states offer greater opportunities to investors

Alan Miller, SCM Private

Is smart beta a wise strategy for private investors?

A.A. Advisors’ Christophe Boucher and Bertrand Maillet debate with Alan Miller of SCM Direct whether smart beta strategies are suitable for private clients

Reinaldo Le Grazie, Bradesco Asset Management

Best of Brics crown is up for grabs

Bradesco’s Reinaldo Le Grazie and Manuela D’Onofrio of UniCredit discuss which of the Bric economies offers the best investment opportunities

Richard Duncan, Macro Watch

Will the ECB’s QE bazooka send European stocks higher?

As the ECB turns on the QE tap, what does this mean for stockmarkets? Macro Watch’s Richard Duncan and Raoul Ruparel from Open Europe give their views

Philip Hoffman, The Fine Art Group

Is art the next great asset class?

The Fine Art Fund Group’s Philip Hoffman and Evan Beard of Deloitte discuss whether or not art is poised to become the next great asset class

Philippe Ougrinov, Telus International Europe

Can we measure the link between corporate culture and success?

Telus International’s Philippe Ougrinov and Paul O’Donnell of the Ogilvy Group discuss the link between corporate culture and success

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