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September 11th 2014:Managing Business and Investment Risk in a World Awash in Conflict

In a world awash in conflict and crises how should international companies and investors manage the risk and find opportunities? Paul A Christopher, Chief International Strategist at Wells Fargo Advisors and Tim Brouwer, CEO of SVP Deutschland, leading market intelligence service, look at how the fallout from the major global flashpoints could impact business operations as well as portfolio and bricks and mortar investment: USSR-Ukraine conflict, ISIS/ISIL, Scotland’s 9/18 referendum, the Ebola outbreak, China’s military claims for the China sea. Which crises demand immediate attention? Which

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Paul Christopher

Paul is the Chief International Strategist for Wells Fargo Advisors. He focuses on the international economic outlook and offers investment advice on currencies and commodities. Prior to joining Wells Fargo Advisors, he developed economic strategies to trade in global financial and commodity futures markets for Eclipse Capital Management. In previous positions, Paul supplied international economic perspectives for A.G. Edwards (a predecessor company of Wells Fargo Advisors), and advised institutional clients of Istanbul-based Global Securities on the oil-based economies of the Caucasus and Central Asia. In addition, he consulted with the governments of Hong Kong, Egypt, Russia, Kazakhstan an
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Tim Brouwer

Based in Heidelberg, Germany, Tim Brouwer is the CEO and co-owner of SVP Deutschland AG, Germany’s leading market intelligence service. He studied physics and national economics at the University of Heidelberg and Pace, New York. In 1999 he started working for SVP, doing research projects for the clients in the consulting area like McKinsey and BCG. He later established a practice group for larger research projects and took over part of the company assets in 2002 when the founder of SVP retired and he became CEO. Since then he has been developing the company towards more and more industry specialization and made his own experiences with American company culture when SVP acquired the patent r
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