Goodbody Investor Summit 2021

On September 30, Goodbody brought together a number of its in-house investment experts for a virtual event to share our latest views and insights on investment markets and the opportunities available for private investors.

Catch up on the sessions below: 


Protecting against inflation: Equities, gold, property, crypto? What’s the best strategy?

Panel discussion featuring Global Strategic Advisor Joe Prendergast, Chief Investment Officer Bernard Swords and Investment Analyst Niamh O’Leary.


Client perspectives on risks, markets and investment decisions

Head of Wealth Advisory Michelle O’Keefe and Senior Investment Director Kevin Ronayne talk about what is on clients’ minds in this investment environment.


Ripe for an economic rebound? Where Ireland stands

An interview on the domestic economy with Goodbody Chief Economist Dermot O’Leary and Irish Times Managing Editor Cliff Taylor.


The ESG revolution: Connecting wealth management and sustainability

Panel discussion between Wealth Director Laura DeVoy and ESG Research Specialist Brian Flavin.

The art of picking great companies

An interview with Paul O’Brien, Head of Investment, Goodbody Asset Management.  Global Strategic Advisor Joe Prendergast talks to Paul about finding the best opportunities as the team celebrates the five-year anniversary of the Goodbody Smaller Companies Fund.


Meet our next generation of investment advisors

Q&A with Goodbody’s Next Gen Investment Advisors as we launch our new Investment Education Hub.
We invite you to explore our hub:


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