Capital Group's Polak: Q4 2018 volatility was 'just what the doctor ordered'

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David Polak of Capital Group

Jayna Rana talks to David Polak, investment director at Capital Group, about where the biggest opportunities will come in 2019.

With over $1.6trn in assets under management, US-based Capital Group is one of the biggest investment managers in the world. But despite being almost 100 years old, it has kept under many people's radars, particularly in the UK. Founded in 1931, the firm has 40 strategies spanning equities, fixed income and multi-asset, all of which follow a multi-manager structure. Some 23 are now available to European and Asian investors, having launched in SICAV format over the last five years and, last week, Capital Group announced plans to build its Luxembourg range further by launching at lea...

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