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Meet the fund managers on the Lincoln roadshow

Lincoln Unit Trust Managers is hitting the road with a series of seminars aimed at giving IFAs a chance to meet fund managers from Goldman Sachs and Delaware International Advisers, the groups which manage its assets.

The roadshows will provide an opportunity for IFAs to find out more about the investment styles and strategies of the Goldman and Delaware teams.

Delaware fund manager Emma Lewis, who manages the Lincoln Far East excluding Japan fund, will be discussing why she feels now is the time to invest in the Far Eastern economy.

From the Goldman side, manager of the Lincoln corporate bond trust Jim Cielinksi will be discussing his strategies for investing in bonds, an area he says is an attractive investment proposition.

The seminars kicked off in Manchester last week and will stop in Birmingham and Gatwick, before finishing in London on November 11.

Also present will be eminent economist Roger Nightingale, who will be discussing his views on the current economic climate.

LUTM public relations manager Ian Crowder says: “We are a niche player and have some quite good products. IFAs are becoming more interested in what we have to offer and we want to build upon that. These roadshows give them the opportunity to meet the individuals who are actually managing the money on our behalf.”

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