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Video: An insight into our investment strategy
London-based financial planner Curran Anstock hosts our latest video, in which he grills Ben Seager-Scott on our investment strategy and philosophy and touches on the challenges to continued worldwide growth. Curran and Ben also talk about how the EU referendum vote affects the markets.
Ben explains how our Chief Investment Officer, Gareth Lewis, directs and decides on our overall asset allocation views, with the help of the Asset Allocation Committee. This feeds through to how we position portfolios and choose investment funds.
Outlook for the rest of 2016 to 2017
The real meat of the video comprises Ben fielding a barrage of questions from Curran on the UK outlook for the rest of the year. As Ben explains, the UK is an international market, so what happens here is reflective of what’s happening globally.
Ben talks subjects such as the challenges to continued worldwide growth, the EU referendum and how the Tilney Bestinvest Group is positioning portfolios right now. Find out why we’re cautious and the areas we’re avoiding by watching this video today.
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Ben is our Director of Investment Strategy. His views, as well as the views of our wider Investment Office and Chief Investment Officer, feed down to how we look after portfolios for clients on our managed services.
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