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SKAGEN's New Year's Conference 2016

Watch footage from the speakers, read presentations and relive the atmosphere from the conference.

Yet again, I have been impressed by the quality of the speakers and their presentations. New Year's Conference Participant 2016

Jim Rogers gives his tips for 2016

SKAGEN has asked the legendary investor Jim Rogers, who has been a speaker at SKAGEN's New Years Conference, a few questions about the global economy and his outlook for 2016.

A reader of signals

Economic signals are everywhere, according to Dr Philippa Malmgren, and by being alert to these, anyone can be better prepared to navigate through the problems to the opportunities of the world economy.

Tail risks are higher than usual

Risk assets produce the best returns, but even these are not very high, according to Garry Evans, head of Global Asset Allocation Service at BCA Research and speaker at SKAGEN's upcoming New Year's Conference.

Risk aware

SKAGEN asks Ian Bremmer, an American political scientist and expert on global political risk, some questions relating to the recent turbulence in Europe and the Middle East.

We had a number of prominent speakers at the New Year's Conference in 2016, including:

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