Also known as Nukki, the avid Manchester United fan, who during his fund marketing tours regularly sports a tie matching the red colour of his beloved Red Devils’ strip, moved to Legal & General in 2013 from Aviva Investors, where he was part of the multi-asset team responsible for £70bn of investors’ money. The Warwick University Economics graduate began working in the City in 2003, starting out as a senior investment analyst at Aon Consulting before moving to Merrill Lynch in 2007 as a manager research analyst, where he helped to build model portfolios for discretionary fund managers. When he isn’t squinting at his fund spreadsheets, he is a legendary binge-watcher of Netflix and nominated chauffeur driver for his daughters. Whilst injury prematurely ended his illustrious football career, he now engages in the active pursuits of tennis and beer-tasting.
By Justin Onuekwusi - March 22, 2018 5 mins
The active versus passive debate consistently generates conflicting advice. The potential for active managers to side-step a falling market is one frequently cited factor. But have regional equity funds actually outperformed their respective indices during market corrections?
By Justin Onuekwusi - April 10, 2017 3 mins
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By Justin Onuekwusi - October 31, 2016 1 mins
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By Justin Onuekwusi - February 24, 2016 4 mins
When looking for income, we know that you face some real challenges in today’s market environment. But balancing the need for income with long-term suitability can result in a thorny dilemma - is it possible to achieve both?