The search for income, the potential of property abroad and the increasing need for advisers to look under the bonnet of their fund of fund recommendations are just some of the hot topics up for debate at the F&C multi manager webinar.
F&C’s Multi Manager webinar on the 22nd of May at 10am will discuss the key issues facing today’s fund selectors and as ever you’ll also have the opportunity to question Richard Philbin and Tom Caddick on the day.
Show us the money – We’ve had to become ever more savvy in order to achieve our income objectives. Listen to how we’ve tapped into some of the most attractive income orientated investment strategies on offer.
Our place in the sun - Hear how we’ve sought to complement our core UK commercial property assets with investments with a foreign flavour.
A sector in sheep’s clothing? the IMA Cautious Managed sector now comprises nearly 90 funds, up from around 50 when we launched our Distribution and Cautious portfolios. But are many of these new offerings all they seem?
Rationale revisited - a sharp sell-off in global markets serves as a reminder to the inherent benefits of ensuring sufficient diversification across asset classes. As ever, we’re keen to reinforce the importance of the investment basics!
Quiz the multi managers – Richard and Tom will answer your questions relating to today’s fund market place, or more specifically on F&C’s range of multi manager funds.
The event will last approx 40 minutes in total with a presentation from Richard and Tom (approximately 25mins) followed by the opportunity for you to ask questions.
For more information or to register please visit www.fandc.com/mmevent We will then send you a confirmation email including how to access the event.
If you’d like any more information please contact our Broker Support Team on [email protected] or 08457 99 22 99.
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