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VIDEO: Star fund manager Richard Buxton on investing in the UK

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Written by: YourMoney.com
30/09/2019
With more than 30 years' experience, Richard Buxton is one of Britain's most well-known fund managers.

He is currently head of UK equities at Merian Global Investors and manages the £1.7bn Merian UK Alpha fund.

In our latest video, he discusses how he picks the best opportunities, the sectors he likes at the moment, and how Brexit uncertainty has affected the general investment landscape.

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