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David Lafferty

INSIGHTS: Opportunities In the Eye of the Brexit Storm

Market volatility brought on by the UK’s historic Brexit vote is no excuse to disengage from portfolio planning, argues David Lafferty of Natixis Global Asset Management.

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INSIGHTS: Opportunities In the Eye of the Brexit Storm

– Market volatility brought on by the UK’s historic Brexit vote is no excuse to disengage from portfolio planning.

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