Aviva Investors' Aylward goes underweight US for first time since 2011

Laura Miller

Ian Aylward has cut Aviva Investors' multi-manager exposure to US equities to an underweight position for the first time since 2011, fearing the stocks are deeply over valued.

Aylward heads up the fund house's multi-manager research team, and works on its Multi-Manager 20-60% Shares, Multi-Manager 40-85% Shares and Multi-Manager Flexible portfolios with lead fund manager...

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