DFM masterclass: markets, strategy and asset allocation

Watch Nick Georgiadis, Head of DFM, discuss asset allocation and investment strategy on Asset TV's DFM Masterclass.


In this Masterclass on discretionary fund management, a panel of industry experts discuss their views on the current market, inflation figures, investment strategies, asset allocation and what they will be focusing on when managing portfolios over the next 5 years.


  • Nick Georgiadis, Head of DFM, Cazenove Capital
  • Shaun McDade, Head of Offshore Portfolio Management, MitonOptimal Group
  • Robin Eggar, Director, Head of London, Brooks Macdonald
  • Roddy Buchanan, Head of Wealth Management, WH Ireland

Learning outcomes:

  1. How uncertainty can affect strategy
  2. How to ascertain attitude to risk in portfolios
  3. The impact of costs on the DFM sector

Watch the video on Asset TV

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