Jupiter's Merlin team have warned investors to keep away from passive vehicles in the current investment environment, citing concerns about liquidity and overinflated valuations.
Algy Smith-Maxwell (pictured), a manager on the Merlin team, said investors are being encouraged to put money into passive vehicles, but they should be wary of making such a commitment at a time when central...
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