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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.
Alexandra Jackson, saw her Rathbone UK Opportunities Fund outperform the sector in what was a turbulent year of highs and lows. She looks to the future, and explores whether we’ve seen the last of the 'Boris Bounce'.
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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Given how many people are driving electric cars and carrying re-usable coffee cups these days, it seems many consumers are aware of climate change risks. But what about social and governance risks?
America is opening up along with the spring blossoms, and a strong summer of spending seems to be on the way. The rebound in fortunes has helped the S&P 500 reach new highs which, as chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth notes, go hand in hand with rising yields.
Is sustainable investing here to stay, or will it fade during the next big downturn? After months of trying out a trendy new exercise bike, our fixed income manager Noelle Cazalis thinks sustainable investing is here to stay.
Several big scandals over the past year have got our veteran head of multi-asset investments, David Coombs, reminiscing again. But is that a canary he hears or tinnitus?
After a long and wet winter, our head of fixed income is resisting the urge to turn up the thermostat. Bryn Jones discusses how human activity has contributed to climate change.
The UK government has announced one of the most ambitious green bond programmes in Europe. But is it enough? Fund manager Noelle Cazalis argues this is just the beginning.
Price is what you pay, value is what you get. Our multi-asset investment specialist, Craig Brown, is looking for a new car and is wary about the risks hiding under the bonnet.
It’s accepted as truth that no one can predict the unpredictable, but what about when companies behave badly? Rathbone Greenbank deputy head of research Kate Elliot says there are often signs that something might be amiss.