Bretton Woods competition winners: 15 signed copies of Ed Conway’s The Summit go to…

The following 15 people correctly answered that President Richard Nixon effectively ended the Bretton Woods era in 1971 by suspending the convertibility of the US dollar into gold.  Thanks everyone for entering – we will contact the winners by email to arrange delivery of the book.  If you didn’t win, why not try the Bond Vigilantes Christmas Quiz

  1. Frank Markey – Wells Fargo
  2. Doug Brodie – Master Adviser
  3. James Norman – Danske Bank
  4. Robin Ghosh – Leodis Wealth
  5. Lakhvinder Bhatti – Genesis HA
  6. John McLaughlin –  Brewin Dolphin
  7. Adam McCormack –  Credit Agricole – CIB
  8. Gary Laing – Investec Wealth & Investment
  9. Michael Müller Attrax S.A.
  10. Callan Woodcock – EFG Asset Management
  11. Arnold Dublin-Green – Nubuke Investments LLP
  12. Adam Begg – Credit – Suisse
  13. Steven Lowe – JP Morgan
  14. Derek Monaghan -Derek Monaghan Financial Services
  15. David Malkin – Hamlyn Financial Services

The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause prices to fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount you invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.

Jim Leaviss

Job Title: CIO Public Fixed Income

Specialist Subjects: Macro economics and fixed interest asset allocation

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