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Neptune’s Burnett looks beyond Greece

Watch Rob Burnett, manager of the Neptune European Opportunities Fund, discuss the Greek bailout deal and its potential implications for European equities.

In the video Rob discusses:

  • Why, with the Greek crisis receding, markets can now focus on Europe’s strong fundamentals
  • The resilience of European markets and why the recovery is on a solid footing
  • Investment implications for Italian banks and domestic-facing companies

Click here to watch the video

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