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Rathbones hits road speaking to IFAs

Rathbone Unit Trust Management is hitting the road again this year making contact with IFAs, promoting three of its main trusts.

The investment team will follow up last years national tour, visiting nine locations for either a lunch or dinner appointment, hearing views on stockmarkets, major investment themes and will include Q&A.

The tour will focus on the Rathbone income fund, special situations fund and the global opportunities fund. Locations include Exeter, Bristol, Birmingham, Bournemouth, West Sussex, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Harrogate and Manchester throughout April and May.

Advisers will have the opportunity to meet Carl Stick – manager of the special situations fund, James Thomson – the global opportunities fund manager and Rathbone CEO Julian Chillingworth.

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