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Lifting the Lid

Dunedin

Tuesday, June 26th 2001, 10:35AM

Where are markets headed in 2001 and beyond? How will you manoeuvre through the financial bends? Will markets rise or fall? Will you be at the cutting edge of investment trends?

Lifting the Lid is BT’s national adviser roadshow for 2001. Join us as we look into BT’s Asian, Japanese, European and US Portfolio Managers’ minds to discover what’s in store for global economies and markets this year and beyond.

Presentations will be given by Paul Durham, Head of Equity Research, along with our regional equity managers, will map out why markets have underperformed recently, what’s happening at the moment – the good and bad news – and why BT has a positive outlook. Craig Stobo Chief Investment Officer, will discuss how BT is applying its wealth of knowledge and experience to the task of being a “world class global manager”.

This presentation will be held in Dunedin, at the Southern Cross Hotel, on Tuesday June 26 from 4:30 – 6:30pm

RSVP by 15 June, 2001 to Hirata Harris by ph 0800 284 636 or email

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