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Talking Research: UK sector snapshot

04 Jun, 2021 | Return|

In this second episode of the Talking Research series, we are delighted to be joined by a panel of industry experts as we turn to the UK, exploring the possible prospects for the market as we begin to ease out of lockdown. 

Square Mile's Chief Investment Officer, Mark Harries is joined by Richard Watts, Fund Manager and Co-Head of Strategy at Jupiter Asset Management, Hugh Sergeant, Fund Manager and Head of Value Recovery Strategies at River and Mercantile and Simon Brazier, Fund Manager and Co-Head of Quality at Ninety One, as they discuss the prospects for the UK market, looking at key drivers for growth and the investment opportunities as lockdown comes to an end.

 

 

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