Since its launch, the BNY Mellon Global Multi-Asset Income strategy has continued its pursuit of real assets uncorrelated to the economic cycle. Here we take a look at how exposures continue to evolve.
Launching in 2018, Paul Flood’s Global Multi-Asset Income strategy maintains its brief of an active and flexible approach to income investing, with an emphasis on diversification and asymmetrical returns.
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