Dougal Maple-Brown, Head of Australian Equities (Maple-Brown Abbott), provides a quarterly update for the Maple-Brown Abbott Imputation Fund. Dougal discusses general equity market conditions, the main contributors to the Fund’s quarterly performance and current portfolio positioning.
Recorded: 30 Oct 2013 (5 mins 33 sec). Please refer to the support material for further information.
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