UK equities – back in business?
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Is the UK market a dinosaur? Tim Orton, Managing Director of Investment Solutions at Aegon, asks some challenging questions about the about the value of UK equities. To answer these questions and provide a deep dive into what has been an unloved asset class, Tim is joined by Richard Whitehall, Head of Portfolio Management at Aegon, and Richard Colwell, Head of UK Equities at Columbia Threadneedle. The insightful conversation covers a number of areas:
- What value does the UK market currently offer investors?
- What are the opportunities for growth?
- How do UK equities compare to other markets, especially US equities?
- What will the impact of the Brexit deal be on international trade?
- How is the UK placed for a post-pandemic boom?
- How does the UK compare from an ESG perspective?
Listen to our presenters as they argue now is the time to see UK equities through a different lens. This podcast is available to listen to on the podcast platform Spreaker.
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