Webinar: Russell Investments Festive Outlook

Webinar: Russell Investments Festive Outlook

Join us virtually for a festive outlook on Thursday 14 December at 2pm, accompanied by cheese and wine.

The webinar will begin with a market outlook from Andrew Pease, Global Head of Investment Strategy who will provide our strategists' views for 2024.

A presentation will follow from Simon Partridge, Head of UK Fiduciary Management, who will present the key findings and insights from volume 3 of Russell Investments biannual research ‘The Changing Eco-System of Defined Benefit (DB) Pensions’. This research survey’s key stakeholders in the UK DB market to understand their current views and priorities over the next 12 months, and how key decision makers’ objectives, investment approaches and governance structures have changed.


Please register by Friday 8 December to receive your complimentary hamper in time for the webinar.


Thursday 14th December 2023 at 2pm

This webinar qualifies for 1 hours CPD, certificates will be sent 48 hours after the event.


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Andrew Pease

Global Head of Investment Strategy, Russell Investments

Andrew Pease is the Managing Director, Global Head of Investment Strategy. He is responsible for the cycle, value and sentiment framework that guides the tactical positioning of Russell Investments’ actively managed funds. Andrew has extensive financial industry experience as an economist, investment strategist, fund manager and central banker.

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Simon Partridge

Head of UK Fiduciary Management, Russell Investments

Simon is Head of UK Fiduciary Management and leads the evolution and growth of the firm’s fiduciary management offering for UK pension schemes. Based in London, he works with prospective clients to design custom solutions, bringing together our fiduciary strategy, investment and client teams.

Simon is a qualified actuary and has 19 years’ experience serving UK defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes.

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