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Reserve the date:

25th October 10am to 3pm.
GSI are sponsoring The TEBI Values-Based Adviser conference in London.

Venue: Amba Charing Cross Hotel, The Strand WC2N 5HX

This free event will be limited to 50 guests and a full agenda for the day will be sent out soon. There will be a packed agenda and we can confirm that David Pilling, FT Africa Editor and Author of The Growth Delusion, will be speaking. 

David Pilling

David Pilling is the Africa editor of the Financial Times. He was previously Asia editor and also formerly Tokyo Bureau Chief for the FT from January 2002 to August 2008.

He joined the FT in 1990. He has worked in London as an editor, in Chile and Argentina as a correspondent and covered the global pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.

The Growth Delusion

In the good old days before Brexit and the global financial crisis, politics was all so simple. The western liberal democracies had reached the “End of History”. So far as old conundrums such as ideology and identity were concerned, nobody really cared much any more. All that mattered now was to ramp up material prosperity. “It’s the economy, stupid”, as Bill Clinton apocryphally said.....
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