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Credit Suisse roadshows target multi-managers

Credit Suisse Asset Manage-ment&#39s multi-manager team is marking its third anniversary by going on the road in Sept-ember to talk about multi-manager investing.

Multi-manager services joint heads Gary Potter and Robert Burdett will be hosting roadshows throughout Sept-ember analysing performance, discussing the investment and market outlook and talking about which managers they think will be helping them keep their performance track record.

The roadshows start on September 13 in Bagshot, Surrey, moving on to St Alb-ans, London, Brighton, Belfast, Manchester, Sutton Coldfield, Nottingham, Chesterle-Street, Auchterarder, Aber-deen and New Milton and winding up on September 29 in Exeter.

Burdett says: “The main aim is to keep investors up to speed with how the portfolios are being managed, how they are performing and how to use multi-manager funds within their clients&#39 portfolios.

“We will also be looking back on three years which have been difficult for the stockmarket but successful for Credit Suisse multi-manager products.”

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