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This website is for financial advisers, intermediaries and professional investors looking for all major asset classes and regions, with options for clients seeking growth, income or additional diversification through our range of funds.

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From 29 March 2019 the fund will not accept any new clients domiciled in an European Union (EU) 27 country. Current investors within the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA) may continue to hold units in our UK domiciled funds and may make additional contributions. This is subject to change.

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Webcasts

Listen to our webcasts live and 'on-demand' and register to access our future scheduled updates.  Presented by our investment desk, they allow you to interact directly with the speaker, download presentation slides and your CPD certificate.  View the full channel here.

Fund Manager of the Rathbone Greenbank Multi-Asset Portfolios, Will McIntosh-Whyte, covers latest fund updates and discusses some of the topics that are front of mind, including: US inflation; a pathway to recovery, and looking at the latest sustainable themes on radar.
30 June 2021

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?

06 May 2021

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.

26 March 2021

Greg Mullins, our head of sales, has managed to dodge his brood of kids just long enough to introduce you to our latest In conversation series. It’s been a tough year for most, juggling work and home. Greg explains how these videos can help you with a concise and pertinent overview of our funds.

05 February 2021

After a strong final quarter to 2020, Carl Stick outlines why he is excited about the UK equity sector post-Brexit, and outlines the potential for UK companies to invest today in improving their businesses to lay the foundation for sustainable dividend increases in the coming years.

05 February 2021

Manager James Thomson describes 2020 as a “socialising recession”. In 2021, the pent-up demand to rekindle friendships, restock our wardrobes and take our travel plans out of deep-freeze should mean “revenge spending” is coming. Combined with huge stimulus, low interest rates and reflationary policies, this has convinced James to pivot toward beneficiaries of reopening.

05 February 2021
Rathbone Ethical Bond Fund - In conversation February 2021

Fund performance was good last year, helped by staying light on duration and heavier on credit risk. Bryn Jones explains how his team navigated the volatility of 2020.  He highlights big themes with big consequences for investing: from the Anthropocene’s impact on the planet to the demographic and political effects of the Millennial cohort coming of age. 

05 February 2021

Our fund ended 2020 on a high, thanks to strong individual stock picks and the last-minute agreement of a post-Brexit trade deal. Alexandra Jackson sheds light on her ‘Best of British’ plays, including tech firms, cyber-security businesses and renewable providers to name a few. She also runs through the outlook for UK Plc, asking whether investor confidence is returning to our isles.

05 February 2021

One of the lowest drawdowns in the IA Corporate Bond sector illustrates our fund’s defensive nature. Noelle Cazalis explains how her fund outperformed its benchmark last year, and why she is increasing duration by buying slightly longer-dated bonds in 2021. She also outlines the industries she is positive about and details those she is avoiding.

05 February 2021

Last year could well be the year that sustainable investing hit the mainstream. David Harrison explains how his fund handily outperformed its benchmark, and outlines key themes he believes are here to stay. Our fund has the freedom to search the world for the very best investments; find out where David sees opportunities to make returns and a difference.

05 February 2021