Paying happy families

Dampier, Mark
August 2006
Money Marketing;8/17/2006, p12
The author reflects on how Andrew Yeadon managed to balance fund in the Schroder Investment Management Ltd. in Great Britain. According to the author, Yeadon used the in-house proprietary risk system called portfolio risk investment strategy manager to monitor the overall risk underlying the Schroder managed balance fund. He stresses that Yeadon would make sure that the fund performs well because his parents and friends have also invested in the fund.


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