Investing for your future

Growing and preserving wealth in today's investment markets

With global growth slowing and interest rates at record lows, investors are finding it more difficult to generate sufficient returns and are often unsure where to invest their money.

At this invitation only seminar, Dixon Advisory Investment Committee member Alex MacLachlan will reveal our outlook for global markets, highlight alternative investments beyond cash and equities, and share the opportunities and risks we see for investors.1

Meet Alex MacLachlan

Alex will share our Investment Committee's insights on:

  • our outlook for global markets
  • how our investment philosophy could help you navigate the markets
  • how we reduce volatility by investing in a range of asset classes
  • where we see current opportunities and risks for investors.

Following the seminar, Alex will be available to answer any additional questions you may have.

How to register

To book your place please choose a location and time that suits you. If you prefer to book over the phone, simply call 1300 852 017

Date Time Location Speaker Register
Monday 4 Jun 18 17:30 Dixon Advisory Office
Level 1, 73 Northbourne Ave, Canberra ACT
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Alex MacLachlan

Managing Director and CEO,
Funds Management

Alex is a member of the Investment Committee for Dixon Advisory. During his career, Alex has developed strong relationships with investment professionals around the globe who provide significant economic and investment insights. This enables Alex to identify and execute unique investment opportunities and take a disciplined approach to investing.