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What is the outlook for Asian markets as we head towards the end of 2017? Josh Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, will look at the stand-out opportunities for investors in the region, address the prospects of a renewed focus on value and cyclical stocks, and discuss the rationale behind current portfolio positioning.
Huw Davies, investment director, absolute return government bond team, looks at the value-destructive potential effects on government bonds of even small rises in interest rates, and considers alternative approaches to managing the risks.
Three years on from some of the most significant pension reforms in a generation, Anthony Gillham, co-head of multi-asset at Old Mutual Global Investors and Richard Romer-Lee of Square Mile Research discuss the key financial challenges retirees and their advisers face.
Ian Heslop, head of global equities and Justin Wells, investment director, global equities, explain the importance for global equity investors of avoiding becoming wedded to one particular investment style.
Mark Nash, head of global bonds at Old Mutual Global Investors, explains how he and his colleagues are preparing for a potential increase in market volatility as central bank policy shows signs of becoming more aggressive.
Richard Buxton, head of UK equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, reviews an enigmatic first six months of 2017, and looks ahead to the second half of the year, outlining why he believes some attractive pockets of value are ripe for exploration