Natixis IM sees UK financial advisers cutting domestic exposure

Jonathan Boyd
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The 2019 Natixis Investment Managers UK Portfolio Barometer, an analysis of more than 50 model portfolios in the UK, has found that the financial advisers surveyed transferred almost 16% of their local allocations to global markets over the past year - as they sought out diversification and hedging against risks linked to Brexit and geopolitical uncertainty. However, despite more global exposure, investors also exhibited a trend of becoming more risk averse. This resulted in herding towards safe havens, rather than adjusting portfolios to take advantage of rising global equities in 2019....

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.