Interactive Financial Adviser: Multi-Manager


In the latest Interactive Financial Adviser debate, our panelists from Newscape Capital Group, North Investment Partners and S&P Capital IQ discussed Multi-Manager.

Click here to listen to this debate on demand Click here for Interactive Financial Adviser With increased uncertainty in the markets, driven by a mixture of political dithering and low global growth expectations, asset allocation continues to play a key role in the decision-making process for clients. The best performing asset class in 2011 was UK gilts, and yet the most widely backed sector for last year was emerging markets. What is the right mix of assets for 2012 and why are multi-asset funds the answer to many clients' investment dilemmas? Speakers Include: Richard Bonnor-M...

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