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Talking Research: Q3 View from the Desk

14 Oct, 2021 | Return|

There has been plenty going on in markets over the last quarter - ongoing concerns around inflation, the spread of the delta variant causing unease, concerns around China and supply chain disruption, to name a few. In this month's episode, Square Mile's research team share insight into the thinking of fund managers across the industry, offering key trends and observations across four key asset classes: passives, global equities, european equities, and fixed income.

Hear from Tom Poulter, Head of Quantitative Research, Ajay Vaid, Investment Research Analyst, Amaya Assan, Head of Fund Origination and Tom Archer, Investment Research Analyst, in this latest episode.

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