There are plenty of ways to make a quick buck but in the pursuit of long-term wealth creation, Seb Petit thinks we should be more Tortoise than Hare. Investing is an endurance sport after all. In his presentation, he’ll consider the business models and behavioural characteristics required to stay the course and why focusing on companies committed to dividend growth is an under-rated approach if you want to steadily compound wealth over long periods.


Learning objectives:

  • Developing an understanding of a steady growth approach
  • Understanding the behavioural characteristics required to invest for the long-term
  • Learn where there are opportunities for steady growth and dividend growth investments in the coming years

Katrina Lloyd

Katrina Lloyd

Editor-in-Chief, Professional Adviser

Katrina Lloyd has been editor-in-chief of Investment Week, Professional Adviser and Cover since December 2019. Previously, she was editor of Investment Week for eight years and editor of sister titles and Professional Adviser magazine (now combined into Katrina started her journalism career at fundstrategy magazine
Seb Petit

Seb Petit

Investment Specialist Director on Baillie Gifford Responsible Global Equity Income Fund

Seb joined Baillie Gifford in 2020 as a client director attached to our Global Income Growth strategy. He has worked in the asset management industry for 18 years, first as an equity research analyst for Barclays and Fidelity International, then as a product specialist for Fidelity and Artemis Fund Managers. Seb graduated from EDHEC (France) with a BSc in Finance and from Columbia Business School (USA) with an MBA. He is a CFA Charter holder.


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