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Get a flavour of the day and see how investment themes and ESG considerations play an integral role in our investment process by clicking on the seven links below, which cover the full conference itinerary. Themes discussed include Earth matters, China influence, healthy demand and consumer power.

Introduction

 

Hanneke Smits, Chief executive officer

 

Chief executive Hanneke Smits looks back on our conference at the Royal Academy. The theme of the conference was ‘Continuum: the future of investment today’ and gave us the opportunity to take stock of where we’ve come from and where we are now, and most importantly to look at where we’re heading. Hanneke reflects on three distinct anniversaries relevant to the day – the RA’s 250th and Newton’s 40th, as well as the tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis. She offers her perspective on the pressing investment issues covered in the conference, the range of concerns for clients, and the steps taken by our investment team to provide some answers.

 

Key contacts

For further information, please contact:

Matt Pumo, Head of UK institutional business development | +44 (0) 20 7163 3985 | matt.pumo@newtonim.com

Alan Goodwin, UK segregated client service | +44 (0) 20 7163 4404 | alan.goodwin@newtonim.com

Jon Bell, UK charity business development | +44 (0)20 7163 2448 | jon.bell@newtonim.com

The investment continuum: where are we now, and where are we heading?

 

Panel chaired by Julian Lyne, Chief commercial officer

Curt Custard, Chief investment officer

Suzanne Hutchins, Portfolio manager, Real Return team

Paul Flood, Portfolio manager, multi-asset team

Duncan Bulgin, Head of research

 

The general market consensus is that we are entering another end-of-cycle phase, but will it be different this time? In a world where yields on most conventional assets have been compressed, how should investors seek to meet their objectives?

 

In this panel session, hosted by chief commercial officer Julian Lyne, we set the scene for the rest of the event, with particular emphasis on the issues raised by attendees. We asked our investment team participants to assess where the opportunities lie, and what the potential dangers are, against the ever-shifting macro backdrop. Among other topics, we explored the likely implications of Brexit for investors, and looked at the growth of interest in responsible investing. The panellists provided perspectives on absolute-return and income investing, and considered how our interactions with companies have changed over the last decade.

 

Key contacts

For further information, please contact:

Matt Pumo, Head of UK institutional business development | +44 (0) 20 7163 3985 | matt.pumo@newtonim.com

Alan Goodwin, UK segregated client service | +44 (0) 20 7163 4404 | alan.goodwin@newtonim.com

Jon Bell, UK charity business development | +44 (0)20 7163 2448 | jon.bell@newtonim.com

Climate change: a pivotal moment for ‘green enablers’?

 

Yuko Takano, Portfolio manager, global equity team

Per Espen Stoknes, Guest Speaker

 

Climatic events and environmental pollution remind us how much we depend on our planet for our livelihoods; but related US policy has taken a backward step, and consumption of fossil fuels only seems to grow as emerging markets consume more.

 

Per Espen Stoknes, director of the Centre for Green Growth at the Norwegian Business School, introduced the session by discussing how we can combat climate change apathy. Newton portfolio manager Yuko Takano then explored some of the investment opportunities created by climate change, for example in clean energy and biodegradable bottle development, with a focus on the technological innovation and cost advantages that many ‘green enabler’ companies provide.

 

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Key contacts

For further information, please contact:

Matt Pumo, Head of UK institutional business development | +44 (0) 20 7163 3985 | matt.pumo@newtonim.com

Alan Goodwin, UK segregated client service | +44 (0) 20 7163 4404 | alan.goodwin@newtonim.com

Jon Bell, UK charity business development | +44 (0)20 7163 2448 | jon.bell@newtonim.com

China: interesting times

 

Panel session chaired by Charles French, Head of investment

Brendan Mulhern, Global strategist

Naomi Waistell, Portfolio manager, emerging and Asian equity team

Nick Clay, Portfolio manager, global equity team

 

China has had a bearing on the global economy and global trade for many years, but over the last two decades its influence has grown exponentially. That trend presents real opportunities for active investors, but with great opportunity also comes significant risk.

 

In this session, we analysed the current investment landscape in China with a panel of three portfolio managers holding contrasting views on the relative strengths and weaknesses of the world’s second largest economy. With imports now greater than exports, China’s current account surplus has turned negative, and concerns are growing about its credit cycle. The session looked at how investors might mitigate some of the risks by avoiding indebted companies, and through gaining exposure to sectors that continue to offer attractive long-term growth potential.

 

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Key contacts

For further information, please contact:

Matt Pumo, Head of UK institutional business development | +44 (0) 20 7163 3985 | matt.pumo@newtonim.com

Alan Goodwin, UK segregated client service | +44 (0) 20 7163 4404 | alan.goodwin@newtonim.com

Jon Bell, UK charity business development | +44 (0)20 7163 2448 | jon.bell@newtonim.com

The search for better health: a timeline of changing opportunities

 

Stephen Rowntree, Global health-care analyst
Dr Adam Rutherford, Guest speaker

 

Time hasn’t changed our continued search for better health, but changing lifestyles, ageing and affordability are shaping our expectations. Meanwhile, scientific advances, such as the complete sequencing of the human genome, are opening up significant areas of health research and treatment.


Science writer and broadcaster Dr Adam Rutherford kicked off the session by looking at genes, ancestry and how we are all really related. Newton global health-care analyst Stephen Rowntree then considered where health-care trends may be leading us. Greater choice will drive the consumerisation of health, improved access and earlier prevention will offer new opportunities, and personalisation will offer better outcomes.

 

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Key contacts

For further information, please contact:

Matt Pumo, Head of UK institutional business development | +44 (0) 20 7163 3985 | matt.pumo@newtonim.com

Alan Goodwin, UK segregated client service | +44 (0) 20 7163 4404 | alan.goodwin@newtonim.com

Jon Bell, UK charity business development | +44 (0)20 7163 2448 | jon.bell@newtonim.com

Presentation: The fixed income clock

 

Paul Brain, Investment leader, fixed income team
Scott Freedman, Analyst and portfolio manager, fixed income team

 

As the US monetary-tightening cycle has rolled on, the negative impact on emerging markets has now moved to corporate bonds. The focus now is on when the tightening cycle will impact the real economy and credit markets, thus causing a dramatic fall in government-bond yields. There are a number of ways of monitoring the stress caused by monetary tightening, and these are starting to suggest that the next 50-100 basis-point rise in US interest rates will slow the economy, sparking credit downgrades and increasing default rates.


In this session, fixed income investment leader Paul Brain gave his take on bond markets, while fixed income portfolio manager Scott Freedman explained why taking a responsible approach to bond investment can be a useful way to help avoid defaults in the tough market conditions that may lie ahead.

  

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Matt Pumo, Head of UK institutional business development | +44 (0) 20 7163 3985 | matt.pumo@newtonim.com

Alan Goodwin, UK segregated client service | +44 (0) 20 7163 4404 | alan.goodwin@newtonim.com

Jon Bell, UK charity business development | +44 (0)20 7163 2448 | jon.bell@newtonim.com

Taking stock: from ideas to investments

 

Panel session chaired by Duncan Bulgin, Head of research
Stephen Benson, Global materials analyst
Paul Markham, Portfolio manager, global equity team
Nick Pope, Global financials analyst
Fati Naraghi, global technology analyst

 

At Newton, we believe there are certain key factors that will be instrumental in shaping the investment landscape over the coming years, and we capture them in a number of themes which help inform our investment decisions.

 

In this session, chaired by Head of research Duncan Bulgin, a panel of our investment team members discussed how some of these themes (relating, for example, to advances in technology and artificial intelligence, climate change and demographic shifts) translate into tangible investments across a range of industries – from semiconductors to water technology, biotechnology and German property.

 

View the presentation

  

Key contacts

For further information, please contact:

Matt Pumo, Head of UK institutional business development | +44 (0) 20 7163 3985 | matt.pumo@newtonim.com

Alan Goodwin, UK segregated client service | +44 (0) 20 7163 4404 | alan.goodwin@newtonim.com

Jon Bell, UK charity business development | +44 (0)20 7163 2448 | jon.bell@newtonim.com

Biography: Introduction

 

Chief executive Hanneke Smits looks back on our conference at the Royal Academy. The theme of the conference was ‘Continuum: the future of investment today’ and gave us the opportunity to take stock of where we’ve come from and where we are now, and most importantly to look at where we’re heading. Hanneke reflects on three distinct anniversaries relevant to the day – the RA’s 250th and Newton’s 40th, as well as the tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis. She offers her perspective on the pressing investment issues covered in the conference, the range of concerns for clients, and the steps taken by our investment team to provide some answers.

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Hanneke Smits
Chief executive officer

Hanneke Smits
Hanneke Smits is the CEO of Newton Investment Management, a role which she assumed in August 2016.

Hanneke previously served as a member of the Executive Committee at private equity firm Adams Street Partners from 2001 to 2014, and was its Chief Investment Officer from 2008 to 2014. Hanneke joined Adams Street in 1997 to successfully launch its presence in Europe and Asia, and to build out its global investment capabilities. In addition, Hanneke was previously an investment manager at Pantheon Ventures, and worked for Philips China Hong Kong Group.

Hanneke is Chair of Impetus-PEF a venture philanthropy organisation which backs charities that aim to transform the lives of disadvantaged young people. She serves on the Advisory Council of the Investment Association, and is co-founder, former and first Chair of Level 20, a not-for-profit organisation set up in 2015 to inspire women to join and succeed in the private equity industry. Originally from the Netherlands, Hanneke has a BBA from Nijenrode University and a MBA from the London Business School.

Biography: The investment continuum – where are we now, and where are we heading?

 

The general market consensus is that we are entering another end-of-cycle phase, but will it be different this time? In a world where yields on most conventional assets have been compressed, how should investors seek to meet their objectives?

In this panel session, hosted by chief commercial officer Julian Lyne, we set the scene for the rest of the event, with particular emphasis on the issues raised by attendees. We asked our investment team participants to assess where the opportunities lie, and what the potential dangers are, against the ever-shifting macro backdrop. Among other topics, we explored the likely implications of Brexit for investors, and looked at the growth of interest in responsible investing. The panellists provided perspectives on absolute-return and income investing, and considered how our interactions with companies have changed over the last decade.

Panel discussion chaired by Julian Lyne, Chief commercial officer

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Julian Lyne
Chief commercial officer

Julian Lyne
Julian is a member of Newton’s executive management committee with responsibility for all aspects of global distribution, client relationship management and marketing. He joined Newton in 2014 to lead the global consultant relations and UK institutional business development team.

Prior to joining Newton, Julian was head of institutional business at F&C. Throughout his career he has held various roles covering client and consultant relations across both DC and DB arrangements.

Curt Custard
Chief investment officer

Curt Custard
Curt joined Newton in 2017 to lead the firm’s investment teams, including portfolio managers, research analysts and the trading function. He is responsible for all aspects of Newton’s global investment processes, and is a member of the executive management committee.

Prior to joining Newton Curt was head of the Global Investment Solutions division of UBS Asset Management where he oversaw a 130+ person investment team in five locations. He has also held similar investment roles at Schroders and Allianz Global Investors.

Suzanne Hutchins
Portfolio manager, Real Return team

Suzanne Hutchins
Suzanne Hutchins rejoined Newton in 2010 as global investment manager and member of the Real Return team. Suzanne has lead management responsibility for the Global Real Return USD strategy.

She moved to Capital International in 2005 as investment specialist for global equity, income and absolute-return-based strategies. She had additional client facing responsibility for ESG (environmental, social and governance) issues.

Suzanne initially joined Newton in 1991 as a research analyst after completing a BA (Hons) at University College London. During her first 14 years with Newton, she worked closely with Stewart Newton before becoming lead manager on the UK and Intrepid team. She managed multi-asset and global equity mandates, as well as RPI+ based strategies, for institutional and retail clients.

Paul Flood
Portfolio manager, multi-asset team

Paul Flood
Paul is a portfolio manager and strategist at Newton. He is lead manager of the Multi-Asset Diversified Return Fund and Multi-Asset Income Fund, and provides leadership and analysis on asset allocation, derivatives and convertible bonds for the wider house. Paul also provides leadership on investments in alternative assets. He is a member of the asset class strategy group.

Paul joined Newton in 2006, prior to which he worked at Mellon Investment Funds Europe as a unit trust dealer. He is a CFA* charterholder and has completed the certificate in quantitative finance (CQF).

Duncan Bulgin
Head of research

Duncan Bulgin
Duncan is Head of Research at Newton. In this role, he provides broad leadership and managerial oversight of our research team and research process, and works closely with investment team leaders to ensure research output is relevant to our portfolio managers and supports the meeting of portfolio investment objectives. Before taking up the role in April 2017, Duncan was co-head of research, with specific responsibility for the industrial/cyclical hub. He was an analyst for the oil and gas sector, and previously analysed the property, transport, construction and mining sectors at Newton. Before joining Newton in 2000, Duncan worked for four years in the Deloitte & Touche Financial Services practice. He holds a degree in economics and an MSc in finance.

Duncan has been awarded the ACA (Chartered Accountant) and ASIP (Investment) qualifications.

Biography: Climate change – a pivotal moment for ‘green enablers’?

 

Climatic events and environmental pollution remind us how much we depend on our planet for our livelihoods; but related US policy has taken a backward step, and consumption of fossil fuels only seems to grow as emerging markets consume more.

Per Espen Stoknes, director of the Centre for Green Growth at the Norwegian Business School, introduced the session by discussing how we can combat climate change apathy. Newton portfolio manager Yuko Takano then explored some of the investment opportunities created by climate change, for example in clean energy and biodegradable bottle development, with a focus on the technological innovation and cost advantages that many ‘green enabler’ companies provide.
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Per Espen Stoknes
Guest speaker

Per-Espen-Stoknes
Per Espen Stoknes serves as the director of the Centre for Green Growth at the Norwegian Business School. He is a highly experienced academic (with a PhD in economics), a TED Global speaker, and a serial entrepreneur, having co-founded the clean-tech company GasPlas. Per Espen is author of several books, including Learning from the Future (2004), Money & Soul (2009), and the Outstanding Academic Title of 2015’ award-winning What We Think About When We Try Not To Think About Global Warming. Over the last year, he has served as a member of the Norwegian Parliament.

Yuko Takano
Portfolio manager, global equity team

Yuko Takano
Yuko is a member of the Global Equity Team, where she is a portfolio manager for the Newton Sustainable Global Equity portfolio. Prior to Newton, she worked for Aetos Capital, a fund of hedge funds, and Joho Capital, where she covered Japanese consumer, retail, and internet stocks. She started her career at Morgan Stanley in mergers and acquisitions. Yuko has an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Biography: China – interesting times

 

China has had a bearing on the global economy and global trade for many years, but over the last two decades its influence has grown exponentially. That trend presents real opportunities for active investors, but with great opportunity also comes significant risk.

In this session, we analysed the current investment landscape in China with a panel of three portfolio managers holding contrasting views on the relative strengths and weaknesses of the world’s second largest economy. With imports now greater than exports, China’s current account surplus has turned negative, and concerns are growing about its credit cycle. The session looked at how investors might mitigate some of the risks by avoiding indebted companies, and through gaining exposure to sectors that continue to offer attractive long-term growth potential.

Panel discussion chaired by Charles French – Head of investment
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Charles French
Head of investment

Charles French
Charles French is Head of Investment at Newton, providing leadership on investment process and strategy. Within this role he is Chair of the Investment Strategy group, which includes responsibility for Newton’s thematic framework. Charles also has responsibility for Newton’s multi asset investment team. He joined Newton in 2000.

Prior to joining Newton, Charles worked in KPMG’s financial business division where he gained his professional qualifications, becoming a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Naomi Waistell
Portfolio manager, emerging and Asian equity team

Naomi Waistell
Naomi is a portfolio manager on the Emerging and Asian Equity team. She worked on the European and Global Equity teams, also as a portfolio manager, before assuming her current role in 2014. She is alternate manager on both the Newton Global Emerging Markets strategy and the Emerging Income portfolio, co-chairs one of Newton’s thematic leadership groups and is a member of Newton’s Responsible Investment Committee.

Naomi joined Newton in 2010, prior to which she gained investment experience at the financial consultancy arm of the Capita Group and as an associate with Praefinium Partners Investment Management. She is a CFA* charterholder, and holds both BA (Hons) and MA degrees.

Nick Clay
Portfolio manager, global equity team

Nick Clay
Nick is the lead of the Newton Global Equity Income strategy. He has been a member of the Global Equity Income team since 2012. He is a member of a number of investment groups, including chairing the equity income group.

From 2000 to 2012 Nick was the lead manager on a variety of global multi-asset strategies.

Prior to joining Newton in 2000, Nick acquired a range of experience as a UK equities manager at Morley Fund Management and as an analyst at Sun Alliance. Nick is an associate member of the UK Society of Investment Professionals.

Brendan Mulhern
Global strategist

Brendan Mulhern
Brendan is a global strategist and a member of the Real Return team. He attends the global strategy group, has responsibility for analysing trends in financial markets and helping to develop the long-term themes that form the base of Newton’s investment framework.

Prior to joining Newton, Brendan was a member of the investment team at Axa IM and Iveagh ltd managing multi-asset portfolios. Brendan holds a degree in international business economics and statistics and has completed the CFA* program.

Biography: The search for better health – a timeline of changing opportunities

 

Time hasn’t changed our continued search for better health, but changing lifestyles, ageing and affordability are shaping our expectations. Meanwhile, scientific advances, such as the complete sequencing of the human genome, are opening up significant areas of health research and treatment.

Science writer and broadcaster Dr Adam Rutherford kicked off the session by looking at genes, ancestry and how we are all really related. Newton global health-care analyst Stephen Rowntree then considered where health-care trends may be leading us. Greater choice will drive the consumerisation of health, improved access and earlier prevention will offer new opportunities, and personalisation will offer better outcomes.
the-search-for-better-health

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Dr Adam Rutherford
Guest speaker

Dr Adam Rutherford
Dr Adam Rutherford is a science writer and broadcaster. He is the presenter of BBC Radio 4’s flagship science programme, Inside Science, and has presented many documentaries, on topics such as the inheritance of intelligence, MMR and autism, human evolution, astronomy and art, and scientific fraud, as well as The Beauty of Anatomy series on the role of the human dissection in art. Adam also presented the award-winning Horizon: Playing God (BBC2, Jan 2012), The Gene Code (BBC4, Apr 2011), and the award-winning The Cell (BBC4, Sept 2009). Adam is a movie geek, and has been scientific advisor to Björk’s movie Biophilia Live, and worked on World War Z, The Secret Service (2014) and Ex Machina (2015). His critically acclaimed first book, Creation – on the origin and future of life, was published in 2013, and was nominated for the Wellcome Trust Book Prize. Adam has a PhD in genetics and a degree in evolutionary biology. He is an honorary research fellow at UCL, and is a former editor of the journal Nature.

Stephen Rowntree
Global health-care analyst

Stephen Rowntree
Stephen is a global research analyst, specialising in the healthcare sector. Stephen is a member of the Innovation themes group which explores emerging investment opportunities and helps shape Newton’s global thematic process.

Before joining Newton in 2005, Stephen acquired experience in a variety of research and commercial roles in the healthcare industry. Stephen has covered the global healthcare sector as an analyst for more than a decade.

Biography: The fixed income clock

 

As the US monetary-tightening cycle has rolled on, the negative impact on emerging markets has now moved to corporate bonds. The focus now is on when the tightening cycle will impact the real economy and credit markets, thus causing a dramatic fall in government-bond yields. There are a number of ways of monitoring the stress caused by monetary tightening, and these are starting to suggest that the next 50-100 basis-point rise in US interest rates will slow the economy, sparking credit downgrades and increasing default rates.

In this session, fixed income investment leader Paul Brain gave his take on bond markets, while fixed income portfolio manager Scott Freedman explained why taking a responsible approach to bond investment can be a useful way to help avoid defaults in the tough market conditions that may lie ahead.
the-fixed-income-clock

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Paul Brain
Investment leader, fixed income team

Paul Brain
Paul is investment leader of the Fixed Income team. He joined Newton in 2004, and manages a range of global bond portfolios. He is also the lead manager of Newton Global Dynamic Bond strategy. Paul is chairman of the bond/ FX strategy group, and a member of the global strategy group and the investment committee.

Paul has held a number of senior fixed income positions within the industry at MSG & Partners, Investec and Credit Suisse.

Scott Freedman
Analyst and portfolio manager, fixed income team

Scott Freedman
Scott is a member of the Fixed Income team. His role combines both portfolio management and credit analyst responsibilities, specialising in global investment grade and high yield bonds across several sectors including Energy, Industrials and Healthcare. Scott joined Newton in 2009 and is a Chartered Accountant.

Biography: Taking stock – from ideas to investments

 

At Newton, we believe there are certain key factors that will be instrumental in shaping the investment landscape over the coming years, and we capture them in a number of themes which help inform our investment decisions.

In this session, chaired by Head of research Duncan Bulgin, a panel of our investment team members discussed how some of these themes (relating, for example, to advances in technology and artificial intelligence, climate change and demographic shifts) translate into tangible investments across a range of industries – from semiconductors to water technology, biotechnology and German property.

Panel session chaired by Duncan Bulgin – Head of research
taking stock-from-ideas-to-investments

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Duncan Bulgin
Head of research

Duncan Bulgin
Duncan is Head of Research at Newton. In this role, he provides broad leadership and managerial oversight of our research team and research process, and works closely with investment team leaders to ensure research output is relevant to our portfolio managers and supports the meeting of portfolio investment objectives. Before taking up the role in April 2017, Duncan was co-head of research, with specific responsibility for the industrial/cyclical hub. He was an analyst for the oil and gas sector, and previously analysed the property, transport, construction and mining sectors at Newton. Before joining Newton in 2000, Duncan worked for four years in the Deloitte & Touche Financial Services practice. He holds a degree in economics and an MSc in finance.

Duncan has been awarded the ACA (Chartered Accountant) and ASIP (Investment) qualifications.

Stephen Benson
Global materials analyst

Paul Benson
Stephen covers the global materials sectors at Newton, joining in February 2018. Prior to Newton, Stephen spent 12 years as a sell-side analyst at Goldman Sachs in London where his sector responsibilities included European chemicals, steel, paper and packaging and renewable energy for various periods of time. He holds a Master degree in Applied Science majoring in Agriculture from Massey University in New Zealand.

Paul Markham
Portfolio manager, global equity team

Paul Markham
Paul is one of Newton’s most experienced equity investors, managing a selection of global and regional equity mandates. In addition to portfolio management responsibilities, Paul helps shape Newton’s global thematic process as a member of the Innovation themes group, which explores investment opportunities across innovative and emerging technologies in healthcare, IT and other industries. He has been part of the Global Equity team for more than 15 years and is a member of the global ex-US model group. Prior to joining Newton in 1998, Paul worked in capital markets with Morgan Stanley.

Nick Pope
Global financials analyst

Nick Pope
Nick is a global analyst within the financials team, specialising in insurance and real estate stocks. He joined Newton in 2011, prior to which he acquired a range of experience across the industry auditing insurance companies at Ernst & Young, structuring transactions for RBS and as a European insurance equity analyst at Jefferies International.

Nick is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

Fati Naraghi
Global technology analyst

Fati Naraghi
Fati is a global industrial analyst, specialising in the technology sector.

Prior to joining Newton in 1998, Fati acquired a wealth of experience in technology and telecommunications through her work in high-level positions at Lazard Frères, AT&T Network Systems and AT&T Bell Labs.

Fati was a visiting fellow in Finance at MIT Sloane School of Management, and achieved a D.Phil. from the department of engineering science at Oxford University.

Biography: Lunch, with guest speaker

Tim Marlow
Artistic director, Royal Academy of Arts

Tim Marlow
Tim Marlow joined the Royal Academy of Arts in 2014 as Artistic Director. His remit includes the RA’s exhibition programme and Collection, as well Learning, Architecture and Publishing. Prior to this Marlow was Director of Exhibitions at White Cube (2003-2014). He has worked with many of the most important and influential artists of our time including, Antony Gormley RA, Damien Hirst, Gary Hume RA, Anselm Kiefer Hon RA, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Chuck Close, Tracey Emin RA, Gilbert & George, Julie Mehretu and Doris Salcedo.

Marlow is an award-winning radio and television broadcaster who has presented over 100 documentaries on British television. He was the founder editor of Tate magazine and is the author of numerous books and catalogues. He has lectured, chaired and participated in panel discussions on art and culture in more than forty countries.

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