Shaw and Partners unveils market insights at exclusive Research Monitor breakfast event News19 Apr 2024

Last Thursday, Shaw and Partners hosted an exclusive breakfast presentation at the Blackbird Restaurant in Brisbane, with over 100 clients and prospects joining us for the launch of our latest quarterly Research Monitor.

Shaw and Partners' Chief Investment Officer, Martin Crabb, along with Senior Technology Analyst, Jules Cooper, CFA, provided a comprehensive overview of the market outlook and presented the content of the Shaw and Partners Research Monitor. Our flagship publication, the Research Monitor, now in its 25th year, continues to provide invaluable perspectives on market trends and investment strategies.

We extend our gratitude to all who attended and contributed to the discussions. To receive a copy of the June Quarter 2024 edition, please speak to your Shaw and Partners Adviser or contact us.

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