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How a flexible strategy works in volatile markets – Philipp Vorndran

01.10.2020 – 13.30

Philipp Vorndran has worked as a Capital Market Strategist at Flossbach von Storch since 2009.
Previously, he was Global Chief Strategist at Credit Suisse Asset Management and Chief Executive Officer at Credit Suisse Asset Management Germany.
He began his career at Julius Bär, where he headed the derivatives division, amongst other things. Philipp Vorndran studied Business Administration at the University of Würzburg, where he later worked as a research associate with Prof. Ekkehard Wenger.

Join the keynote of Philipp Vorndran on the 1st of October at 13.30h – 14.10h.
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