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Day in the life of a fund manager: M&G’s Eva Sun-Wai

29th March 2023 09:32

by Sam Benstead from interactive investor

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interactive investors Sam Benstead gets exclusive access to M&Gs headquarters in London to chat with bond investor Eva Sun-Wai about what a dayinthelife of a fund manager is really like.

Sun-Wai, who manages theM&G Global Government Bond and M&G Global Macro Bond funds, speaks about the types of meetings she has, how she interacts with debt issuers and colleagues, and how she fits together different pieces of theinvestment puzzle to build a winning portfolio of bonds that can deliver income and capital gains to investors.

Sun-Wai also goes into detail about her life outside the office, as well as how she got into the fund management business. 

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