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Latest News  23/10/2018

Quarterly Investment Webinar - October 2018

During this session, hosted by Cornelian's Hector Kilpatrick and Ewan Millar, our recent trading activity in our portfolios will be explained as will the rationale for our current positioning.

 

 

This material is directed at professional financial advisers only.

You should remember that the value of investments and the income derived there from may fall as well as rise and you may not get back the amount that you invest. Past performance is not a guide to future returns. Fund performance figures do not include any initial charge; if this is paid it will reduce performance from that shown.

Opinions expressed whether in general or both on the performance of individual securities and in a wider economic context represent the views of Cornelian Asset Managers Limited at the time of preparation. They are subject to change and should not be interpreted as investment advice. Cornelian Asset Managers Limited and connected companies, clients, directors, employees and other associates, may have a position in any security, or related financial instrument, issued by a company or organisation mentioned in this document.


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