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'.
There is a growing investor demand for sustainable products, with 168 new funds launched in the first half of 2019 alone. But how long will it be before ESG becomes mainstream?
ESG is no longer a niche concern, in fact Forbes estimates that around a quarter of professionally managed assets around the world have an ESG focus. So what sort of trends will shape ESG in the coming year?
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The pandemic and the global lockdowns to combat its spread have raised havoc with UK dividends. Yet that very disruption could lead to better managed companies and more sustainable dividends, argues Income Fund manager Carl Stick.
Fake meat is just a headline-grabbing focal point for real ethical changes in the US. In the first of three chapters, Rathbone Global Sustainability Fund manager David Harrison explains why responsible capitalism is ascendant in America.
Bond markets should be an investor’s safe haven, but in today’s world things aren’t as simple as they used to be. Rathbone High Quality Bond Fund manager Noelle Cazalis explains how she tries to play it safe.
Fund manager Will McIntosh-Whyte shares the (pretty open) secrets that underpin how the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolio Funds are put together, and discusses why not all fixed income assets are created equal.
If you’re an income investor, don’t despair! Our fund manager Will McIntosh-Whyte tells Citywire that a decent – and growing – income is possible, if you are careful and realistic about your goals.
Sustainable investing isn’t just about avoiding the risks of outdated businesses or environmental PR disasters, explains our Global Sustainability Fund manager, David Harrison. It’s also about spotting opportunities that can be captured if you keep your eyes on the future instead of the past.
They used to call David Coombs crazy. When he set up our multi-asset funds 10 years ago, many people didn’t get why we were setting targets for return and risk that investors could hold us to.
They strive each day (and most nights) to completely understand their discipline, so why does their labour only make expert forecasters more inaccurate? Rathbones Income Fund manager Carl Stick looks at why specialists fail at the future.
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Join our latest webcast with co-fund manager Will McIntosh-Whyte for an update on the Rathbone Multi-Asset Portfolios.
A special webcast detailing new fund launches and an update on strategy
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.
Lockdowns have eased and second waves have so far not materialised. But the UK stock market hasn’t kept up, and furthermore small & mid caps have trailed. Why has the UK underperformed? Where does this leave valuations? Can we still hide in ‘expensive defensives?’ Join Alexandra Jackson, manager of the Rathbone UK Opportunities Fund, to discuss these topics in a live webcast
Bryn Jones, Rathbones Head of Fixed Income and Noelle Cazalis, lead fund manager of the Rathbone High Quality Bond Fund will discuss our fixed income funds, how the various strategies have navigated the current economic environment.
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