Tom Walker, Portfolio Manager, Martin Currie Global Portfolio Trust
Many UK investors have a disproportionately large exposure to UK equities – despite clear and present dangers faced by some of the key sectors and industries.
Join Tom Walker as he discusses the key economic issues and presents his case for a high conviction, global equity portfolio - a simple alternative that could help to reduce concentration risk and open up new opportunities.
Over £720 billion* was paid out by companies in the MSCI ACWI index over the last 12 months, proving that global equities offer a rich source of income for investors.
Not all global equity income investments are created equally. In this webinar, Mark Whitehead, Portfolio Manager, will outline the benefits that Securities Trust of Scotland offers its shareholders - and what sets it apart from the competition.
Currently yielding 4.0%+ Securities Trust of Scotland aims to deliver a rising income and capital growth over the long term from a portfolio of global equities. Income is not guaranteed.
Should this investment be on your radar?
*Source MSCI 30 June 2016.
+Source for historic yield: Martin Currie as at 30 June 2016. The historic yield reflects dividends declared over the past 12 months as a percentage of the mid-market share price on 30 June 2016.
Asia is one of the fastest growing regions in the world, but is known for the volatility of its markets. What if there was a way to capture the growth of the Asian economic region but with less volatility?
Portfolio Manager, Andrew Graham, outlines how his team find high quality Asian companies that he believes will grow in line with the region’s GDP - but will be less volatile that the regional market. Find out more about Martin Currie Asia Unconstrained Trust, a high conviction portfolio of 20-30 companies that have passed the team’s rigorous test, including a thorough ‘forensic accounting’ analysis.
For more information, please visit www.martincurrie.com/uk/asia-unconstrained-trust
Tom Walker, Portfolio Manager, shares his views on current market conditions and how the team are identifying companies that could prosper in a low growth environment.
•Oil prices – what the current level means and who the beneficiaries are
•Opportunities for global markets by sector and geography
•Identifying the winners and losers amid market volatility
•Update on the portfolio and recent activity
•Looking ahead for 2016