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Market moves seem to be signalling that the persistent underperformance of the emerging markets may be behind us. Join Leon Eidelman, portfolio manager, and Claire Peck, client portfolio manager, as they discuss what the rest of 2016 may hold for Emerging Markets equities. They will also provide an update on the JPM Emerging Markets Fund and JPM Emerging Markets Income Fund.
Join Fiona Harris, client portfolio manager for the JPM US Equity Income Fund, as she discusses the outlook for the rest of 2016, the US elections and what this means for the fund's focus on high quality companies with sustainable dividend yields.
Join Olivia Mayell, client portfolio manager, to hear how the JPM Global Macro Opportunities Fund exploits global macro trends with a flexible and dynamic multi-asset portfolio that aims to generate positive returns in different market conditions.
Join Stephanie Flanders, chief market strategist for UK and Europe, as she provides a timely and interactive market update in her upcoming Quarterly Market Insights webconference and answers your questions about the issues that matter to you.
Held immediately after quarter-end, Stephanie explores the key trends and themes that have been shaping global markets, and outlines the conversations you need to be having with clients in the months ahead. This quarter we will also reflect on the outcome of the EU referendum.
The call will qualify you for 45 minutes of Structured CPD, accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments (CISI).
The UK’s referendum on EU membership is a landmark vote. J.P. Morgan Asset Management is committed to keeping our investors informed on the implications for economies and for markets.
Listen to Stephanie Flanders, Chief Market Strategist for the UK and Europe, give our reaction to the outcome of the UK's EU referendum. Stephanie will be joined by Jon Ingram, portfolio manager of the JPM UK Dynamic Fund, who will give an update on what the outcome means for UK Equities.
Hear Neil Gregson, portfolio manager of the JPM Natural Resources Fund, and James Sutton, client portfolio manager, as they discuss how the fund is position to benefit from a diversified exposure to the commodities sector.
Join JPM UK Equity Core Fund portfolio manager, James Illsley, as he discusses how the fund provides low-risk active exposure to the UK stock market. The UK Equity Core Fund aims to produce consistent returns to the UK stock market over time, while rigorously controlling risk through its benchmark-aware approach.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from James and put forward your questions.
Hear Mark Jackson, client portfolio manager for the JPM Multi-Asset Income Fund, as he discusses how the fund draws upon the global resources of J.P. Morgan Asset Management to seek out the best risk-adjusted yielding securities across geographies, asset classes and capital structure.
The landmark referendum on the UK’s EU membership is fast approaching. The outcome – in or out – has implications for all economies and markets.
Stephanie Flanders, Chief Market Strategist for the UK and Europe, will focus on the UK economic views of staying and exiting the EU followed by John Bilton, Head of Multi-Asset Strategy, who will focus on a broader global view of asset allocation themes.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear from our strategists and put forward your questions.
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The information discussed at this event is not intended to promote a particular outcome to any question asked regarding the UK Referendum on whether Britain should remain in or leave the European Union. J.P. Morgan Asset Management takes no political stance on this question.