With assets under management in excess of £1 billion, Church House Investment Management is a fund and portfolio manager offering specialist services to individuals, financial professionals and institutions for over 20 years.
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Successful investment management is about effective risk management
James Johnsen, Head of Private Clients, explains how Church House uses diversification when constructing portfolios and, for added risk control, within the funds that form the 'building blocks' of those portfolios.
Is now the right time to invest cash reserves?
Capitalising on attractive market prices and improving on low interest rates
James Johnsen, Head of Private Clients, explains in what circumstances investors would consider an ideal time to invest surplus cash reserves.
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