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Intelligent Investor's - How top fund managers think about investing our money by Lawrence Gosling, founding editor of Investment Week.
Leading fund managers are regularly asked about what they think about markets and economies but rarely does anyone ask them about their investment philosophy and motivations for managing money in ever more competitive investment environments.
The book interviews more than 20 London-based fund managers, including the likes of Neil Woodford and Richard Buxton, about just these issues and their early memories of being fascinated by financial markets. 100% of the £20 cover price is split between the three charities supported by Incisive Media, the publisher of Investment Week.
- Publish date
- 1 Sep 2015
- 230mm x 280mm
Lawrence Gosling is the Group Editorial Director, Incisive Media and the editorial director of its Financial Services Division. Lawrence was the founding editor of Investment Week in 1995 – for which he stills writes a weekly column, Gosling’s Grouse. He was also the launch editor of IFAonline, and Mortgage Solutions, Cover and Bloomberg Money magazines, and one of the original judges for the Gold Standards
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