2017 Investment Summit - The Mining Boom to the Dining Boom

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The time to rethink your portfolio is now.
Find out about the changing investment landscape and opportunities by attending this not to be missed
Investment Summit.

The rapid industrialisation of China has seen wages increase rapidly, as employees move from rural industries to the high tech manufacturing industries of today. With higher wages comes higher living standards, with higher living standards comes changes in demand for consumption. From cars, fridges, luxury handbags to food.


Asia is rapidly becoming the world’s new consumer market. This change is where the opportunities for Australia lie ahead as we move from being a strategic major provider of commodities to being a clean and green provider of food. We have seen this over the last few years with milk power, baby formula and vitamins, but this is only the starting point. China is now our largest export market for wine, having overtaken the US this year.


The Summit will provide you with “food for thought”:
• Is this a sector you should be looking at for your portfolio investment allocation?
• What are the opportunities, how do investors get access to them and what is the growth outlook?


Key takeaways:
• Be more informed than the “hot stocks” the media covers (baby formula and vitamins).
• There is a structural growth story in place, the returns looks interesting so how do investors manage
the agricultural risks and which stocks look attractive?


Hear from experts in the agriculture sector including an analyst, a CEO of an agri business and distribution manager in the sector who will explain the business and answer your questions. The afternoon will have presentations and Q&A by a high profile stock selector together with a highly respected investment markets presenter discussing the economy, risk and return in the evolving agricultural sector.

FULL PROGRAM

   Members Book On-Line  or phone the office 1300 555 061 

Non Members phone the office to book   

Program:

Program:
8.30am Registration

8.55am      Opening: Russell Lees

9.00am      The Opportunity, the Risks and the Outlook:                                   Tobin Gorey, Agri-Strategy, CBA

9.55am      Morning Tea

10.10am    The growth story of Murray River Organics Group - six                                 years from one vineyard to the largest grower and exporter                      of premium dried fruit in the world:
                  
Erling Sorenson, Partner & Joint Managing Partner, Murray                          River Organics Group (MGR)

11.05am    A maturing domestic agricultural sector and implications                           for  investors:
               James Powell, Investor Relations & Distribution Manager,                             Rural Funds Management Limited

12.00pm    Q&A Session:
                  
Tobin Gorey, Erling Sorenson & James Powell           

12.40pm     Lunch

1.35pm     Stock Selection:
                    
Charlie Aitken, Aitken Funds Management

2.30pm     Will the Dining Boom be another bust?:
                  
Felicity Cooper, Director & Founder Cooper Wealth Management

3.20pm      Afternoon Tea

3.35pm      Q & A Session:
                   
Charlie Aitken & Felicity Cooper

4.20pm      Wrap Up: Russell Lees

4.30pm      Close

Contact Details

Christine Kesting
Tel: 1300 555 061
Email: aia@investors.asn.au

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Date:
Friday, 17th March 2017 from 8:55am to 4:30pm

Venue:

The Banquet Hall, SMC Conference and Function Centre, 66 Goulburn Street Sydney
Cost: Members and Partners and Children $139.00 pp; Non Members $255 includes 12 month membership AIA

Register: Booking Form

Contact: Christine Kesting
Tel: 1300 555 061
Email:
aia@investors.asn.au

Our Sponsors for this event:

Without the support of sponsors, the cost of the Summit could not be kept so low. We would like to acknowledge this support and thank the following sponsors:

Aitken Investment Management
Ph: 02 9236 7200

ECP Asset Management
Ph: 02 8651 6800

Hunter Hall Ethical Managed Funds
Ph:1800 651 674

Murray River Organics
Ph:03 8792 8500

Rural Funds Management
Ph:02 6203 9700

Supervised Investments Australia
Ph: 03 9279 4040

Trilogy Funds
Ph: 1800 230 099

 

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