Partner Insight Video: Can income investing keep up with social change?

Income investments need to be more sustainable and risk transparent.

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Partner Insight Video:  Can income investing keep up with social change?

Society is changing. People are living longer, phasing their retirements, and leading more active later lives that require decent levels of sustainable income.

That leaves investors and their advisers with a conundrum, says Helen Bradshaw of Quilter Investors in this video - the first in a three-part series. Should investors accept the low returns on offer from safer income investments, or accept potentially high levels of income volatility in a late-cycle environment? And what do advisers need if they are to help investors towards the right answer?

 

Watch out for the next part of the series in Professional Adviser's upcoming newsletters.

For more information on Quilter Investors Monthly Income, and Quilter Investors Monthly Income & Growth click on the button below.

 

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This communication is issued by Quilter Investors Limited ("Quilter Investors"), Millennium Bridge House, 2 Lambeth Hill, London, England, EC4V 4AJ. Quilter Investors is registered in England and Wales (number: 04227837) and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 208543).

Quilter Investors Monthly Income Portfolio and Quilter Investors Monthly Income and Growth Portfolio ("the Funds") are sub-funds of Quilter Investors Multi-Asset OEIC, an investment company with variable capital incorporated in England and Wales. 

Quilter Investors Multi-Asset OEIC is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority as a non-UCITS retail scheme and can be distributed to the public in the United Kingdom. 

Quilter Investors uses all reasonable skill and care in compiling the information in this communication which is accurate only on the date of this communication. You should not rely upon the information in this communication in making investment decisions. Nothing in this communication constitutes advice or personal recommendation. An investor should read the Key Investor Information Document(s) ("KIID") before investing in any sub-fund of Quilter Investors Multi-Asset OEIC. The KIID and the prospectus can be obtained from www.quilterinvestors.com in English.

The Funds invest principally in other collective investment schemes. Your attention is drawn to the stated investment policy which is set out in the prospectus.

 

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