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Mapping out multi asset investing – the risks and opportunities

03 Jul, 2024 | Return|

In conversation with Square Mile’s Jock Glover, Chris Ellis Thomas, Portfolio Manager and Lead Strategist at BlackRock, discusses the BlackRock MyMap range – a range of actively managed, passive multi-asset funds. Chris takes us under the bonnet of the MyMap range; looking at why robust asset allocation is so important for a truly diversified investment approach, how politics plays its part in the risk profile of the portfolios and why record numbers of applications for new businesses in the US could indicate a brighter horizon for investors. 

 


Don't have time to listen to the full episode, jump to your favourite part: 
 

  • 01:19: How big is the investment team behind the MyMap range of funds and how do you split your time?
  • 04:30: What was the rationale behind creating an actively managed range of passive investments?
  • 06:13: What themes do you have within the strategy?
  • 09:50: What keeps you awake at night?
  • 11:50: Will this year’s US and UK elections play a role in your discussions about tactical asset allocation?
  • 13:43 Do you have an interesting statistic of the week to share with our listeners? 
  • 16:10: What do you think are the future opportunities for investors?


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