London Stock Exchange and co-host MedCity would like to invite you to the 5th Annual Future of Healthcare Investor Forum on Wednesday 10 July 2019 at London Stock Exchange headquarters.
We are delighted to be joined by our sponsors Consilium Strategic Communications, JP Morgan and Numis and our industry partner The BioIndustry Association (BIA) as we discuss with an audience of investors the opportunities of investing in the healthcare sector.
We will also be joined by the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care who will be providing a keynote speech on Healthcare, the economy and long-term patient capital.
You will hear from leading public and private UK healthcare companies, members of the investor community and expert advisers, who all understand what it takes to fund and grow innovative healthcare companies.
We are delighted to welcome Shaun Grady, Vice-President Business Development Operations, AstraZeneca as keynote speaker who will share his thoughts on how AstraZenenca is thinking about long term innovation in healthcare.
Join us to also hear from leading industry experts including AstraZeneca, Babylon, Caretech, Clinigen, Emis PatientAccess.com, Ergomed, Horizon Discovery, Ieso Digital Health, IP Group, Janus Henderson, Oxford Biomedica, Ramsay Health UK, Sensyne Health and Spire Healthcare who will provide their insight on topics including:
- How to make a success of investing in the healthcare sector
- The data revolution and the impact on healthcare
- Secrets to creating a successful and growing business
The half-day forum will provide you with a deeper insight into the healthcare sector and the opportunity to question and meet our expert panel members.
Click here for the agenda.
Date: Wednesday 10 July 2019
Conference: 09:00 - 13:00
Official Photo ID is required to clear security.
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Please note: this is an invitation-only event targeted at any audience of investors and key industry stakeholders. We reserve the right to reject requests to attend from people not directly invited by the organisers.