An actuary by training, Douglas first joined Platinum in 2003 as an investment analyst, having spent some time at the Commonwealth Bank as a product actuary and, prior to that.. More
Douglas Isles, Investment Specialist, gave a talk to staff, students and their families at the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics at Griffith University, Queensland on 3 May 2018.
Douglas covered why investment management should appeal to a diverse group of people as a career choice, and shared some of his experiences of the last 20 years in the industry.
At the event, Douglas also presented a group of students with scholarships to support their studies of Financial Planning. These scholarships are funded by Platinum Asset Management and the Neilson Foundation.
Read Douglas' full speech here.
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