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10 November 2015

Chris Ralph speaks to Pete Drewienkiewicz of Redington about our new income funds.

In this video Chris Ralph, Chief Investment Officer, interviews Pete Drewienkiewicz of Redington about the new Diversified Bond and Strategic Income funds. Drewienkiewicz explains the structure of the new funds and how they can provide a complementary income solution for investors.


The value of an investment with St. James’s Place will be directly linked to the performance of the funds you select and the value can therefore go down as well as up. You may get back less than you invested.

Please be aware that the Diversified Bond Fund permits investment of more than 35% in government and public securities, issued or guaranteed by the governments of the OECD member countries, member states of the European Union or other national supranational bodies.

Please be aware that the Strategic Income Fund permits investment of more than 35% in government and public securities, issued or guaranteed by the Government of the United Kingdom.

The opinions expressed are those of Pete Drewienkiewicz of Redington and are subject to market or economic changes. This material is not a recommendation, or is intended to be relied upon as a forecast, research or advice. The views are not necessarily shared by other investment managers or St. James’s Place Wealth Management. 

Some of the products and investment structures documented within this article will not be available to our clients in Asia. For information on the funds that are available please get in touch.


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