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Panel Discussion: Current State of the Gold Market

With financial markets in turmoil as Coronavirus takes hold in Europe and the US, we have seen mixed performance for gold. However, historically gold provided a safe haven for investors during times of uncertainty.

To help investors understand what's happening in the gold market right now, we will be hosting a panel discussion on the 31st of March with independent experts from the World Gold Council and London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) to tackle the following key points of discussion:

Points of Discussion:

• Latest perspectives on gold - where to next?
• Current state of demand for physical gold bullion and jewellery
• Responsible sourcing of gold and Basel III
• The strategic vs tactical case for gold in a portfolio

In addition, we will also be addressing audience questions to help investors navigate the current tumultuous environment.

Speakers:

Krishan Gopaul, World Gold Council
Sakhila Mirza, London Bullion Market Association
Nitesh Shah, Director, Research at WisdomTree
Pierre Debru, Director, Research at WisdomTree
Recorded Mar 31 2020 57 mins
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