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by Jake Moeller.
Peter Fitzgerald, Global Head of Multi-Assets at Aviva Investors, discusses the outlook investors face in the latter stages of 2017 in respect of the current macro-economic environment. He discusses yield expectations, growth opportunities and outlines issues investors should be considering as we move into 2018.
He also examines the understated inflation risk, what is driving interest in emerging markets, how increased passive investing is affecting the market and the potential risks of holding too much cash.
Peter is chatting with Jake Moeller, Head of Lipper UK and Ireland Research at Refinitiv in London on November 2, 2017.
About Peter Fitzgerald
Peter Fitzgerald is the Global Head of Multi-Assets at Aviva Investors. He is also the Portfolio Manager for the AIMS Target Return and Target Income Funds. He joined Aviva Investors in 2011.
Peter manages Aviva Investors’ suite of outcome-focused multi-strategy funds targeting specific client outcomes such as achieving reliable capital growth and securing a steady stream of income. He also leads the global multi-asset investment team and is responsible for the strategic direction of Aviva Investors’ global multi-asset and multi-strategy offering.
Peter began his career at Old Mutual in 1995 before joining BNP Wealth Management’s multi-asset team. He has extensive international experience having worked in Asia, Latin America and Europe. Peter holds a postgraduate diploma in Education from Trinity College Dublin and a degree in European studies from the University of Cork. He is a CFA® Charterholder.
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