In the latest Interactive Financial Adviser debate, our panelists from Aberdeen Asset Management, Standard & Poor's and Rathbone Unit Trust Management discussed global equities.
The latest round of quantitative easing in the US amounts to 'economic vandalism' according to Aberdeen's Bruce Stout. Hear the rest of Bruce's forthright comments and views from James Thomson at Rathbone Unit Trust Management and Susan Sworn from Standard & Poor's on this week's Interactive Financial Adviser debate.
The Global Equities panel includes:
Bruce Stout - Senior Investment Manager, Global Equities, Aberdeen Asset Management
Susan Sworn - Sector Specialist, Standard & Poor's
James Thomson - Investment Manager and Board Director, Rathbone Unit Trust Management
For undisclosed sum
Entry deadline: Friday 28 September 2018
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