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Asia Asset Management: a standout amid crisis

June 30, 2020
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A report published in June by consulting firm McKinsey & Company finds that many institutional investors were already prioritising greater liquidity before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. As firms look to reallocate assets for the future, they must consider which opportunities to pursue. Cai Rees, Investment Director in our UK Institutional Group, discusses his views on longer-term opportunities and the importance of staying the course.

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