Please join us for a webinar focused on the importance of pension plan liquidity management in response to COVID-19.
We will discuss the financial implications COVID-19 could have on your pension plan funded status through an expected increase in future benefit payments (including DROP elections), potentially lower equity returns and lower yields.
We will help you better understand the importance of liquidity management and offer suggestions to minimize the impact creating liquidity could have on your pension plan.
RecordedMay 20 202043 mins
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The ES R&M UK Equity Smaller Companies Fund offers investors the opportunity to invest primarily in the smallest 10% of the UK stock market, which has historically proved to be an attractive section of the market - manager Dan Hanbury will provide an update on the portfolio and answer any questions.
George Ensor will provide an update on the R&M UK Micro Cap Investment Company, and will explain how the company offers investors a rare opportunity to invest, via a closed-ended vehicle in the micro cap part of the market, into companies with a market capitalisation of less than £100 million.
Al Bryant will provide an update on the R&M EM portfolios, as well as explain how the diversity and depth of emerging markets equities offer ample opportunity to deliver excess returns, especially when we incorporate where a company is in its life cycle.
Dan Hanbury provides an update on the ES R&M UK Equity Income Fund, and will explain how the fund offers investors access to a diversified multi-cap, multi-factor portfolio of attractive stocks and aims to generate a healthy dividend yield
William Lough, Manager of the ES R&M UK Dynamic Equity Fund, will explain how this fund’s unconstrained approach enables investors to have targeted exposure to what we believe to be the strongest opportunities in the UK market.
As we enter a new year, James Sym, portfolio manager of the ES R&M European Fund, explains the fund, his philosophy and the current opportunity in European equities, and gives his opinion on what 2021 has to offer.