Fidelity CIO and portfolio manager update – free to attend calls
4 May 2020
As part of Fidelity’s ongoing commitment to delivering insight for the financial advice and investment community in these uncertain times, it is hosting a series of live 30 minute calls with members of the Fidelity investment team.
The calls provide direct access to Fidelity’s CIOs and portfolio managers and offer in-depth analysis on the current investment environment and the associated implications for portfolio positioning.
The weekly interactive calls with Fidelity CIOs are scheduled at 9am every Tuesday and are led by Andrew McCaffery, Global CIO, Asset Management.
Portfolio manager updates
You can also hear live updates with several of Fidelity portfolio managers over the coming weeks, as below:
5 May, 8.30am – Asian Special Situations, with Suranhan Mukherjee
6 May, 8.30am – Multi Asset Income, with Eugene Philalithis
6 May, 10.00am – Asia & Emerging Asia, with Teera Chanpongsang
6 May, 2.00pm – Sustainable Water & Waste Fund, with Betrand Lecourt
7 May, 8.30am – Asian Bond, with Eric Wong & Belinda Liao
7 May, 10.00am – Extra Income & Global High Yield, with Peter Khan
11 May, 8.30am – Asian & China High Yield, with Terrance Pang
11 May, 10.00am – Japan Trust PLC, with Nicholas Price
12 May, 10.00am – FAST Emerging Markets, with Nick Price
12 May, 2.00pm – European & European Values PLC, with Sam Morse
13 May, 10.00am – MoneyBuilder Income & Short Dated Corporate Bond, with Sajiv Vaid & Kris Atkinson
14 May, 8.30am – Emerging Market Debt, with Eric Wong
15 May, 10.00am – Emerging Markets Focus, with Alex Duffy
18 May, 10.00am – Global Special Situations, with Jeremy Podger
Visit the Fidelity website to access the broader programme of calls that have been running over recent weeks, including recordings and related materials on-demand.
The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up so the client may get back less than they invest. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns. Changes in currency exchange rates may affect the value of investments in overseas markets. Investments in small and emerging markets can be more volatile than other more developed markets. The value of bonds is influenced by movements in interest rates and bond yields. If interest rates and so bond yields rise, bond prices tend to fall, and vice versa. The price of bonds with a longer lifetime until maturity is generally more sensitive to interest rate movements than those with a shorter lifetime to maturity. The risk of default is based on the issuers ability to make interest payments and to repay the loan at maturity. Default risk may therefore vary between government issuers as well as between different corporate issuers. Fidelity’s range of equity, fixed income and multi asset funds can use financial derivative instruments for investment purposes, which may expose them to a higher degree of risk and can cause investments to experience larger than average price fluctuations.
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