With interest rates still at an all-time low and increased confidence in equity markets, the UK equity income sector remains in the spotlight for investors seeking income and the possibility of capital growth.
However the top 10 dividend-paying companies still account for over 50% of the entire market dividend. How do manager differentiate themselves and is there a risk of being so dependent for dividends from a handful of companies?
Why does UK Equity Income make sense?
How are funds positioned?
What does the future hold for UK Equity Income?
The panel includes:
Carl Stick - Manager of the Rathbone Income Fund, Rathbones
Jonathan Barber - Fund Manager: UK Monthly Income Fund, Threadneedle UK
Peter Fuller - Director: Research, Standard & Poor's
Follow the links below to listen to the the debate on demand:
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