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A panel debate for Investment Professionals featuring fund managers operating in the sector
A comprehensive assessment including key questions and considerations for fund selectors. See more below including access to the recording for those registered with Asset TV.
James Mahon joins Absolute Return debate
Co-manager of the Tenax Absolute Return Strategies Fund shares his views
Representatives from M&G, Jupiter & Janus Henderson join James to answer questions such as what is the future for Absolute Return funds and where do they fit in a clients portfolio.
“Where we find we get most advantage is by looking right through company structures”
James Mahon tells Asset TV what differentiates the Tenax fund from others in the sector
This was a statement from James Mahon, co-Manager our Tenax Absolute Return Strategies Fund, in a recent panel debate hosted by Asset TV. One of four fund managers in the sector delivering the Absolute Return Masterclass, James highlighted this as one of the key differentiators for Tenax.
The differing specialisms of James and his fellow manager, Jeremy Wharton, mean they are ideally placed to assess at what level of a corporate structure they should be investing. James has a long track record in equity markets while Jeremy has spent the vast majority of his career working in fixed interest and derivatives.