Additional resources for advisers
Much has happened since the last time they spoke to you. Lockdown 2.0; Lockdown 3.0; a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU; Joe Biden became president; and the beginning of a global vaccination drive.
Introducing the, “In conversation” series, you’ll have the opportunity to hear and now see our fund managers provide their expert view in a short, engaging and digestible format. We aim to run these updates twice a year.
Listen to Greg Mullins, Head of Sales, introduce the series in a short soundbite of what you can expect now and in the coming months ahead.
Bryn Jones, lead fund manager of the Rathbone Ethical Bond Fund, reveals why 2019 was a great year for performance, and the key themes he’s keeping an eye on in 2020.
James Thomson, who has managed the Rathbone Global Opportunities Fund for over 15 years, deep dives into another successful year which saw the fund outperform the sector, with a first quartile positioning.
Carl Stick, executive director, stands in for fund manager David Harrison to discuss one of the hottest topics of the moment - ESG (Enviromental, Social and Governance). The Rathbone Global Sustainability fund has performed well throughout 2019. Carl looks at how 2020 is likely to shape up.
Noelle Cazalis, Rathbone High Quality Bond Fund manager reflects on a good performance for a relatively new fund and the key driving factors during the fund’s inaugural year.
Watch Bryn Jones, manager of the Rathbone Strategic Bond Fund, discuss how learnings from 2019 will inform his investment decisions throughout 2020 and talk about key investment themes he has identified for the future
Co-fund managers, Carl Stick and Alan Dobbie reflect on 2019 and the how the Rathbone Income Fund has performed over the last decade. Together they discuss their plans and focus for 2020.
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Co-Fund Manager of the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolios, Will McIntosh-Whyte, will cover fund performance and discuss some of the topics that are front of mind, including: Are rising commodity prices about to start impacting company earnings? A new 'Bidawn'? Is the new administration less centrist than it appears?
David Coombs, head of multi asset investments, Rathbones, will be outlining his latest views on the impact of the vaccine roll-out on asset allocation, style rotations and the latest changes to strategy.
Co-Fund Manager of the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolios, Will McIntosh-Whyte, will discuss fund performance and some of the topics that are front of mind, as we go deeper into 2021.
In this first webcast of the year David Coombs, head of multi asset investments, will be setting out his outlook for 2021, including thoughts on: COVID reopening; Global Britain; Green New Deals.
Co-Fund Manager of the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolios fund range Will McIntosh-Whyte will discuss fund performance, the US election, vaccines ride to the rescue and which businesses really stand to benefit from this health crisis.
Join our latest webcast with co-fund manager Will McIntosh-Whyte for an update on the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolios.
David will be discussing the speed of the recovery now underway in most countries (ex UK) and outlining his thoughts on whether nesting and the return of the family meal are signs of structural change in consumer demand or just red herrings.
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Our film buff head of multi-asset investments, David Coombs, still hasn’t given up the dream of making it in show biz. Phase one: a brand new podcast for you to enjoy.
Braving the commute for the first time in almost 18 months, David Coombs, our head of multi-asset investments, makes his radio cross-over debut.
Fund manager David Harrison explains how the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which began life as an aspirational target for governments around the world, transitioned to an unofficial framework for ESG investing. But can they really make a difference?
The looming Olympics must be on the mind of our head of multi-asset investments David Coombs, as he discusses the outlook for the UK.
Just a few short years ago, only those in the know were talking about sustainable investing. Today it seems to be everywhere. All that’s missing is a global standard for measuring a company’s ESG performance, says David Harrison, manager of the Rathbone Greenbank Global Sustainability Fund.
Freshly double-jabbed, head of multi-asset investments David Coombs ventures out in search of rock loaf. He finds finance is changing quickly, which is important for how the industry makes its own bread.
Sustainable investing may be known for its values and principles, but there are other advantages for investors. David Harrison explains how companies that embrace ESG are more likely to be more resilient over the long term.
Once the pandemic is in the rear view, the UK has the chance to remake itself, argues our Minister for Administrative Affairs, David Coombs. Or is he our head of multi-asset investments…