FT Money Stage
The FT Money Stage will feature topical talks including the property crunch, Lord Lee’s favourite share and educating your children about money. This stage is hosted by Claer Barrett the FT’s Personal Finance Editor and Editor of FT Money
11.00am – 11.45am | How to prevent 'Rich-kid-itus': passing on your wealth to the next generation
How to educate your children about money with Justin Urquhart Stewart from 7IM and Jason Butler chaired by Claer Barrett
12.00pm – 12.45pm | So, are we all doomed? Investing in uncertain times
Merryn Somerset Webb, editor of MoneyWeek and FT columnist, in conversation with Claer Barrett
1.00pm – 1.45pm | How to pick winning small-cap shares
Lord John Lee, the FT Money columnist and “Isa millionaire”, and David Stredder the small-cap investment specialist talk to Claer Barrett about the lessons they have learned from decades of small-cap stock picking, and their thoughts on the market
2.00pm – 2.45pm | Rich People's Problems
James Max, the broadcaster and former Apprentice star, tells Claer Barrett all about his new column detailing the dilemmas we would all love to have
3.00pm – 3.45pm | FT Money debate: Should you cash in your final salary pension?
Claer Barrett, chairs a panel led by Baroness Altmann, former Minister of State for Pensions and Stephanie Hawthorne, former editor of Pensions World
4.00pm – 4:45pm | How to spot a financial scandal before one spots you
Paul Lewis, presenter of BBC Radio 4 Money Box, highlights risky schemes that every prudent Money reader should avoid
5.00pm – 6.00pm | Property: What's the real price?
Amid increasing evidence that the market is clamming up, how much have prices actually really fallen by in different areas of London and the south east? James Pickford, Deputy Editor, FT Money, debates with Jonathan Eley FT’s deputy Lex editor, Henry Pryor, the independent property expert, and Lucian Cook, head of research at Savills