London Value Investor Conference 2013 featuring Anthony Bolton & Howard Marks

Thursday, Mar 07 2013 by

Anthony Bolton at the UK Value Investor Conference

Stockopedia has managed to secure a very limited number of discounted tickets to the forthcoming London Value Investor Conference 2013. This year's conference takes place on 9th May 2013 at Central Hall Westminster with the following excellent speaker line-up:

As part of their presentation, each of the speakers will give at least one current investment idea. Winton Capital has also kindly agreed to sponsor a drinks reception after the event, which will be a great opportunity for networking amongst the value investing community.

With 10 weeks to go, the number of delegates attending is already well ahead of the total who came last year. It is expected that the 2013 conference will be the largest gathering of value investors ever outside of the USA.

In order to claim your special £100 discount on this conference,
please use the code "STOCKOPEDIA123when signing up here

The last London Value Investor Conference donated its profits to the children's charity, the SMA Trust. This year's conference will be supporting the children's charity Place2be. 

We hope to see you all at the London Value Investor conference!

Filed Under: Value Investing,
Date9:00am Thursday 9th May, 2013
LocationCentral Hall Westminster, Storey's Gate
PostcodeSW1H 9NH
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