M&G's Willcocks questions worth of absolute return

Salih, Chris
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p5
The article discusses the concern of Jonathan Willcocks, managing director of global sales at M&G PLC, on the demand for absolute funds in Great Britain. Willcocks said that only cash can offer a positive benchmark return in all market conditions. He suggests that investors should look at cautious managed funds as the core component of their portfolio.


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