Podcast – Meet the Manager – Maple Brown Abbott Global Listed Infrastructure

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As a valued client of the SWU Group, we would like to introduce our new podcast series – Meet the managers, where you will hear directly from the fund managers managing money as part of your diversified portfolio. Each podcast will be 10-15 minutes in length and subject to the following disclaimer. Today’s podcast is on the Maple Brown Abbott Global Listed Infrastructure. It was recorded on Wednesday 22nd April  2020. If you are interested in tuning in, please click on below podcast.

This presentation is prepared by SWU Financial Planning and is general information only and does not constitute a prospectus, an offer or an invitation to subscribe to any securities, or advice in relation to any securities or financial products. It does not take into account the investment objectives, financial situation or needs of any person. You should assess whether the information is appropriate for you and consider talking to a financial adviser before making any investment decisions.
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The information is taken from sources which are believed to be accurate at the time, but neither SWU Financial Planning, Australian Unity Personal Financial Services nor any of its related parties, its directors or employees, provide warranty of accuracy or reliability in relation to information contained in this presentation, or accepts liability to any person who relies on it.

Past performance is no indication of future performance. Unless expressly stated, none of the information should be taken to be a recommendation.

Investors should consider the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) relating to each Fund in deciding whether to acquire or continue to hold units in the Fund.

We hope you enjoy today’s podcast.

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