John Gilbert presented his in-depth investment thesis on navigating crises in a low risk way at European Investing Summit 2012.
For long-term investors, the European crisis is just another in a string of crises throughout history. While the European crisis presents its own set of challenges, the resulting craze for so-called safe assets – be it government bonds of the major economies or high-flying “blue-chip” equities – is an unlikely solution for investors mindful to preserve purchasing power over time. In this session, John Gilbert highlights what really matters for long-term investors, how to avoid getting blind-sided by unintended consequences, and which investment strategies prudent stewards of capital should adopt in the current environment.
About the instructor:
John Gilbert joined General Re–New England Asset Management (GR–NEAM) in 1987 as a Vice President. He is currently responsible for GR–NEAM’s investment group and serves as the firm’s Chief Investment Officer. He is a member of GR–NEAM’s Policy Committee. Prior to joining GR–NEAM, Mr. GIlbert was an equity portfolio manager and research analyst at Cigna Investments, Inc. He is a CFA Charterholder and a Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Gilbert is a graduate of Brown University and holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. GR–NEAM is a global investment advisor that specializes in offering capital and investment management services primarily to the insurance industry. As of March 31, 2012 GR–NEAM’s global total unaffiliated assets under management were $67.7 billion.
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