Megatrend Investing and why it could provide Growth in your Portfolio
LATCAM is delighted to invite you to a webinar offered by our Patron Bank Vontobel and featuring as speaker Dan Scott, Chief Investment Officer Wealth Management and Head of Impact & Thematics, Asset Management, at Bank Vontobel.
In contrast to a hype or a crash, Megatrends do not come about because the markets happen to be in a particular “mood”. That is why the Megatrends of 2020 will be the same as the Megatrends of 2021, and 2030, and so on into the future – because Megatrends are currents that have to meet three conditions.
Find out more about Megatrend Investing and the Megatrends Model that Vontobel uses.
Introductory remarks will be addressed by LATCAM Board Member Arturo Stoecklin, Head of Wealth Management Latin America and South Africa, at Bank Vontobel.
Dan Scott is Chief Investment Officer Wealth Management and Head of Impact & Thematics, Asset Management at Bank Vontobel AG.
Since 2020 CIO Wealth Management, Bank Vontobel AG
2017–2020 Head of Investment Advisory, Head ofTailored Portfolio Management and Deputytothe CIO ofWealth Management, Bank Vontobel AG
2010–2017 Deputy Head of Equity Research, Investment Strategy & Research, Credit Suisse AG
2008–2010 Swiss Equity specialist, Kepler Capital Markets
2001–2007 Correspondent, CNBC
Masters ofAdvanced European Studies, Law, Economics, Political Science, University of Basel. Bachelors of European Studies, Political Science, University of East London.
Arturo Stoecklin Is Head of Wealth Management Latin America and South Africa at Bank Vontobel.
Since 2016 in current position.
2013-2016: Managing Director and Desk Head Central, Andean and Southern Latin America, UBS
2011-2013: Desk Head Western and Southern Latin America, UBS
2009-2010: Desk Head, Western Latin America, UBS_:
2006-2008: UBS Representative Office, Lima, Peru
2002-2005: Director, UBS Switzerland
1999-2002: Representative, UBS Buenos Aires, Argentina
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