Conference Room 1:
Seminars & Presentations

9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

Make yourself a more confident investor!

Your Speaker: Penny Haslam

A few years ago, Penny had fulfilled her lifelong ambition of becoming a live TV presenter, but she had a problem – out-of-control nerves and low self-esteem that threatened to take her under. Because we all could do with a little more confidence, Penny draws on her experience and has created a Five-Step Plan to help shake off ‘imposter syndrome’, deal with negative self-talk and dial up supreme confidence – all valuable attributes for today’s private investor. Drawing on her experience from presenting Money Box, Penny remembers well how the world of finance and investing is actually a great deal simpler than it can first appear. A terrific seminar for anyone looking to boost confidence and take the reins of their finances.

11:10 AM - 11:40 AM

Back to Basics

Your Speaker: Catherine Morgan (The Money Panel)

2:05 PM - 2:35 PM

Then and Now

Your Speaker: Rodney Hobson

A decade ago we were still recovering from the global financial crisis. Now some commentators fear we are heading for another. So what rules of investing are eternal and what has changed for long-term investors since the first London Investor Show?

2:45 PM - 3:15 PM

The role of P2P lending as an investment class for private investors

Your Speaker: Nicola Horlick, Money&Co

Nicola Horlick, CEO of Money&Co, explains why peer-to-peer lending could be a suitable investment class for your portfolio.

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

How SIGnet can help you become a better investor

Your Speaker: Ray Williams

Join the Chairman of SIGnet, Ray Williams, as he explains more about how being a member of SIGnet (an organisation run by, and for, private investors) can help become a better investor.

4:15 PM - 4:45 PM

How to spot a scam

Your Speaker: Rodney Hobson

Author of “The Book of Scams”, Rodney Hobson, gives you an overview of the 3 most common techniques used by scammers – and explains how you can avoid them. Financial scams in UK last year cost roughly £1.2 billion* – make sure your money stays safe.

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