In this webinar, the Liontrust Multi-Asset team will review last year, the impact on asset classes and investors, and provide an outlook for 2021 with a potential post-Covid world in sight. The team will discuss the investment threats and opportunities for the year ahead.
With low interest rates, inflation and bond yields feeling like the new normal, where do investment managers and investors look for income? In this webinar, the Liontrust Multi-Asset team will analyse the place for traditional income producing asset classes, such as bonds, in portfolios and the role of alternatives like real assets in delivering income above the rate of inflation.
In this webinar, fund managers Victoria Stevens, Matt Tonge and Alex Wedge will provide an update on both the Liontrust UK Smaller Companies and UK Micro Cap Funds and the positioning of the portfolios in the current market environment.
This has been a year none of us will ever forget. In this webinar, the Liontrust Multi-Asset team will review 2020, the impact on asset classes and investors, and then provide an outlook for 2021. The team will discuss the investment threats and opportunities for next year.
In this webinar the Liontrust Global Fixed Income team will give an appraisal of what they got right and what they got wrong in 2020. Experience is so important in fund management, and the team will cover how any lessons learned can be applied going forwards.
In this webinar, fund managers Peter Michaelis and Martyn Jones will provide an update on both the Liontrust SF UK Growth and Liontrust UK Ethical Funds and the positioning of the portfolios in the current market environment.
Will the US election produce a clear winner? Will the result be contested? Will we know by 6th November? In this webinar the Liontrust Global Fixed Income team will discuss the impact of political and economic policy for markets, funds and investor returns.
In this webinar, fund managers Simon Clements and Chris Foster will provide an update on the Liontrust SF Global Growth Strategy, and the positioning of the portfolio in the current market environment.
The spreads on high yield bonds have come down from their recent highs but are still 75% above February levels. In this webinar, Donald Phillips and Phil Milburn explain how to exploit this value despite the economic environment and how the active approach of the $100 million Liontrust GF High Yield Bond Fund seeks to avoid defaults and mitigate risk.
Robin Geffen, James O'Connor & Clare Pleydell-Bouverie
With more than half the companies in the FTSE 100 having cut or suspended dividends this year, Robin Geffen, James O’Connor and Clare Pleydell-Bouverie will discuss how to maintain equity income in 2020 without taking it from a fund’s capital.
In this webinar, fund manager Storm Uru will update investors on the how the Liontrust Global Dividend Fund has performed during 2020, and why the fund focuses on innovation in global leaders to generate capital growth with an income.
The 3rd quarter of the year ended with a surge in Covid cases in Europe, the West in recession, unemployment rising in the UK, no resolution to the Brexit talks and the US Presidential election rapidly approaching. Despite this, Apple became the world’s first $2 trillion company and the latest global fund manager survey shows investors at their most bullish since February. John Husselbee and Simon Hildrey discuss where the last quarter leaves the outlook for global economies and markets.
In this webinar fund manager James Dowey will provide an introduction as why investors cannot afford to ignore disruptive innovation and how he goes about ensuring his investors are on the right side of it.
Brexit has reared its ugly head again, the US Election draws nearer and the quest for a Covid vaccine continues. The Liontrust GFI Team will run through their views on these topics and the impact this has on positioning for the Liontrust Strategic Bond Funds.
As the world has been emerging from lockdown, the global economy has been recovering but not enough to prevent a record crash with a long recession likely. In contrast, stock markets, supported by interventions from governments and central banks, have been rebounding from their March lows, with tech companies enjoying record highs.
What does this tell us about the shape of the economic recovery and prospects for financial markets? What impact will the US Presidential Election, the end of the Brexit transition and the ongoing US-China dispute have on economies and financial markets?
In this presentation, John Husselbee will attempt to unmask the future and discuss what all these issues mean for target risk investing.
The growth of mega tech companies has led the US market and accelerated due to Covid-19. In this webinar Robin Geffen examines whether global small caps offer more attractive opportunities and could be the mega tech companies of the future.