The GillenMarkets 2022 Annual Investment Conference, which has grown to become one of Ireland’s leading investment conferences, takes place in the Shelbourne Hotel on the evening of Thursday, 6th October 2022.
We have been very fortunate this year to have attracted both Mark Mobius (Mr. emerging markets) and Tom Gayner, Co-CEO of Markel (often referred to as a mini-Berkshire Hathaway).
GillenMarkets (ILTB Ltd) is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
Date: Thursday, 6th October 2022
Venue: The Great Room, Shelbourne Hotel, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Time: Registration from 4.30pm. Start time 5.30pm
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About this event
Our speakers for this year include:
- Mark Mobius, who is regularly referred to as ‘Mr. Emerging Markets’ and who managed the Templeton Emerging Markets investment trust from 1988 to 2014, the first international equity fund dedicated to investing in the emerging markets. In 2017, Mark founded Mobius Capital Partners.
- Tom Gayner, Co-CEO and Chief Investment Officer at Markel Corporation, a Virginia, USA-based company, and often referred to as a mini-Berkshire Hathaway given the similarities in the group’s strategy and growth record.
- Tim Crockford, Senior Fund Manager with the Regnan Impact Fund, a global equity fund focused on investing in companies that have the potential to address the world’s major social and environmental challenges.
The event is open to ticket holders only and tickets cost €30 per person. All ticket proceeds go to the Paris2Nice not-for-profit organisation, which operates the Paris-to-Nice annual cycle, an event that raises significant monies each year for a range of worthy Irish-based charities.
Doors open at 4.30pm and the conference kicks off at 5.30pm sharp with final comments from GillenMarkets founder, Rory Gillen, at around 7.30pm.
Schedule of Activities
|4:30pm – 5:30pm||Registration|
|5:30pm – 7:30pm||Conference|
|7:30pm – 8:00pm||Closing Comments|
*these timings may change
The Great Room
The Shelbourne Hotel,
27 St Stephen’s Green,
Enter via ‘The Great Room’ entrance which is adjacent to the main hotel entrance.