On Tuesday 26 November, Stanhope Capital Celebrated its 15th Anniversary at Banqueting House, Whitehall, London.
Presentations were given by Daniel Pinto on investment lessons learnt from the last 15 years whilst Jonathan Bell and Nicole Curti gave their outlook for the next 15 years. There was also a lively panel discussion moderated by Financial Times correspondent, Javier Espinoza and featured Sir Martin Sorrell, Dominique Levy and Keith Abel.
Videos of our speakers and the panel discussion, as well as a highlight video of the event can be found below. We hope you enjoy them.
Daniel Pinto: Lessons learnt from the last 15 years
Nicole Curti: Investing for the next 15 years
Jonathan Bell: Investing for the next 15 years
Panel discussion moderated by Financial Times correspondent, Javier Espinoza and featuring Sir Martin Sorrell, Dominique Levy and Keith Abel:
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