Actives vs Passive?
This argument has gone on for many years and we suspect it will carry on for years to come. We do not sit on either side of the fence, instead we blend actives and passives together in portfolios where we feel suitable. For example, an active fund manager will struggle to outperform a Gilt index which invests in UK Government bonds, so areas like this we will use an Exchange Traded Fund which tracks a Gilt index, providing liquidity and cheap exposure to this asset class. On the other hand, areas such as Emerging Markets benefit from an active fund manager being able to outperform the index in an area with more opportunities for active investment management, thus providing value in the higher active fund charge.
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