Ned Naylor-Leyland, manager of the Old Mutual Gold & Silver Fund, will discuss precious metals resurgence at the InvestmentEurope Milan Forum to be held on the 8th of March at the Four Seasons Hotel based in the Italian financial hub.
In a world of growing financial instability and negative interest rates, gold and silver are returning to the forefront of investors’ minds as pre-eminent monetary substitutes.
Thus, Ned Naylor-Leyland (pictured) will discuss how he seeks to capitalise on this investment landscape by blending gold and silver bullion listed funds, and gold and silver equities, weighted according to his view of market conditions. He will also tell the audience at the event about his conviction that the global monetary system may be undergoing a tectonic reshaping, with gold retaking its rightful place as apolitical money par excellence.
Naylor-Leyland joined Old Mutual Global Investors – where he manages the Old Mutual Gold & Silver Fund – in 2015 from Quilter Cheviot, having founded a dedicated precious metals fund for Cheviot Asset Management, investing in gold, silver and the underlying equities.
With over 17 years’ investment experience, the precious metals specialist previously worked for Smith & Williamson.