A different tack?

Low rates and a Covid hangover will dominate the investment landscape for the next few years. So what does that mean for your investment portfolio, the income it generates and the lifestyle it supports?

In this exclusive, client-only webinar, Perpetual Private looks at the economics of a vaccine-led recovery, the cash-crunch facing income investors and how an active approach to share investing worked for our clients in 2020 – and could work for you in 2021.



Date: Wednesday 24 March 2021

Time: 12:30pm – 1:50pm

Format: Interactive webinar, including Q&A


Session 1: Navigating a post-Covid economy

Perpetual Private Investment Specialist, Amanda MacDonald, provides an underpinning economic update to help you chart your course for 2021. Amanda looks at how the big economic trends are shifting as the year unfolds and what this means for investors.

Session 2: Changing course: shares, active investing and beating the Covid-crash

Stephen Kench is Perpetual Private’s Head of Direct Equities. In this extended case study Stephen explains how an active approach minimised the Covid impact on clients’ share portfolios – and set up a stellar performance to end 2020. Stephen will also cover the outlook for 2021 and how shares can provide a growing income stream in retirement.

Session 3: Live Q&A

In this session, Roxanne Gorman and Evan Hill, Senior Financial Advisers at Perpetual Private, will lead an interactive Q&A, giving you the chance to ask the panel questions.


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