Equilibrium Asset Management is to hold its second wealth conference next month – with Judith Hann to give a speech on the science of ageing.
‘Equinox Live: Tomorrow’s World’ will also include talks from serial entrepreneur and futurist Ed Gillespie and Chairman of Capital Economics’ Roger Bootle.
The sold-out event takes place at Alderley Park in Cheshire on May 8.
Equilibrium founder Colin Lawson said Judith Hann, a former presenter of BBC1’s popular science programme Tomorrow’s World, will give a speech on the science of ageing and how people can still make dramatic improvements to their health regardless of their age.
Economists Dr John Ashcroft and Melanie Baker will also feature, as will Andrew Jackson, Fund Manager at Miton Group, and Richard Buxton, Head of UK Equities at Merian Global Investors.
Colin, who founded Equilibrium in 1995, said: “Following the tremendous success of our inaugural wealth conference in 2018 we are thrilled to once again have such a diverse range of high-profile speakers.
“We introduced Equinox Live so we could inform, educate and entertain individuals or family members who are responsible for managing their wealth. Equinox Live: Tomorrow’s World will do exactly that while providing an opportunity to hear unique insights on managing risk and meeting expectations around investment returns.”
Equilibrium was recently named The Sunday Times 8th Best Small Company to Work For 2019 and currently manages more than £850 million of assets for over 1,000 families.
The company is headquartered in Wilmslow, with an additional office in Chester, and specialises in all areas of wealth management, investment, pensions, tax planning and estate planning.
Equilibrium’s headcount now stands at 81, an increase of 14 during the financial year to September 2018.
"We introduced Equinox Live so we could inform, educate and entertain individuals or family members who are responsible for managing their wealth."
Colin Lawson, Equilibrium
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