UK OEIC Multi-Asset Protector Fund Webcast & Competition
Investec Multi -Asset Protector Fund webcast & competition If you are registering for this webcast but haven't entered our competition to win an Apple iPad please enter now by going to www.investecassetmanagement.com/united-kingdom/financial-advisers/cofunds-competition
RecordedMay 6 201037 mins
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In his latest webcast, Portfolio Manager Alastair Mundy will discuss the latest investment opportunities he is identifying through his bottom-up contrarian investment approach. He will also discuss the latest positioning of the Investec Cautious Managed and UK Special Situations Funds
Co-Portfolio Manager, Philip Saunders will discuss the macro outlook, the prospects for asset classes in uncertain markets and the latest performance and positioning of the Investec Multi-Asset Protector Fund.
An update from Alastair Mundy on the Investec Cautious Managed Fund
- Performance update
- The Fund has outperformed the IMA Cautious Managed sector in both bull and bear markets over the last 10 years(1)
- Asset allocation and holdings
- Current portfolio breakdown
- The market is clearly cheap...or is it?
- Sovereign risk remains centre stage
- A rolling Euro crisis or a wake-up call to complacent governments?
- The rocovery is faltering, but steady, subdued global growth seems likely
- Has the equity rally ran out of steam?
- The US response - will November's mid term elections be the catalyst for fiscal restraint
- The selective opportunities offered by emerging market debt
There were no surprises from the Federal Reserve’s July meeting as a lack of recent meaningful data resulted in US interest rates being kept on hold at 0.25%-0.50%. With three meetings left this year, Head of Quantitative Research David Buckle assesses the likely trajectory of future policy and the implications for fixed income markets.
Dale Nicholls discusses the diverse opportunities he is currently finding on-the-ground in Asia’s largest economy. While the rise of the Chinese consumer remains a major theme, he reveals why investors should not completely overlook SOEs which are also benefitting from key reforms
James Syme, co-manager of the JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Strategy, reviews the Strategy's performance over Q2 2016 and provides an update on the team's outlook for the asset class and current portfolio positioning.
Conflicting signals from global equity and bond markets are clouding the outlook for income investors. George Efstathopoulos makes sense of this complex backdrop and outlines where we are currently finding sustainable income across Fidelity’s Multi Asset Income fund range.
News headlines have been dominated by politics in recent weeks, with the fallout from the UK’s EU Referendum triggering sharp moves in currency markets and government bond yields. As uncertainty lingers and concerns set in about broader structural issues, now is as good a time as ever to ask ‘where next for bonds’? In a live and interactive webcast, Ian Spreadbury and Sajiv Vaid will take your questions and look at the implications of Britain’s uncertain place in the political and financial order. Listening to this webcast qualifies for 45 minutes of CPD accreditation.
EM- exit! Le Brexit: par ici la sortie - ne courez pas tous en meme temps!
Rejoignez nos experts pour une conférence qui examinera les opportunités d’investissement qu’offrent les marches émergents à la suite du ‘Brexit’. Apres la décision historique du Royaume Uni de quitter l’Union Européenne, nous analyserons son impact global, et vous présenterons le cas amélioré pour les marches émergents.
Veuillez noter que cette conférence se tiendra intégralement en langue française.