3 min read 26 May 22
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union in 2016 there have been outflows of more than £21bn from UK equity funds. Is this a reaction to shorter-term market factors, or a sign that investors are falling out of love with the idea of ‘home bias’?
David Thorpe, contributing editor of Asset Allocator, Dave Baxter, funds editor of Investors Chronicle, and M&G Wealth's chief investment officer Shanti Kelemen, discuss this topic.
The Asset Allocator Podcast is a fortnightly series aimed at discretionary fund managers, fund selectors and wealth managers, providing insight into the issues that drive investment decisions.
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