Rathbones' David Coombs has taken risk within the Multi-Asset Strategic Growth Portfolio to its lowest level since launch, and recently approached the board about raising the fund's limit for investing in liquid assets on the back of the German government bond market dropping into negative territory for the first time ever at the start of August.
Head of multi-asset investments Coombs, who runs the four-strong multi-asset range including the £494m Rathbone Multi-Asset Strategic Growth Portfolio, which launched in 2012, says liquidity risk is the...
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