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The co-manager of Nomura Global High Conviction Fund talks about the fund, its top holdings and more.

27th July 2020 13:22

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

The co-manager of the Nomura Global High Conviction Fund talks to interactive investor’s head of markets Richard Hunter about why the fund avoids style bias, its top holdings, growth stocks, and why focusing on fewer stocks allows them to concentrate on the best ideas. 

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