Invesco happy with its 'Club Med'

Collinson, Patrick
May 2013
Fundweb;5/29/2013, p20
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of Stuart Edwards, manager at the investment company Invesco Perpetual, on taking a top-down macro approach for management of portfolio and the eurozone crisis. He states that the company is low at risk and is not driven by benchmarks as there is flexibility in it. He mentions that the eurozone crisis were an opportunity during which he bought country bonds.


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