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Oct 4, 2018

Brian Parker (@parkernomics) is a public speaker and regular on Sky Business as Sunsuper’s Chief Economist (www.sunsuper.com). Aside from great banter, Brian also has over 20 years’ experience in asset allocation, macroeconomics and the art of investing.

In this episode, Brian, Clayton and Adrian discuss key macro factors advisers need to be aware of as well as a snapshot of what’s happening across international markets. Brian also touches on jobs likely to be the source of growth in the future and what makes a sound investment. Adrian opens up the ethical investing and social business conversation while Clayton wants to know if AI is really making humans redundant in Financial Services.  

 

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