Investing in global smaller companies doesn’t mean high risk: a case for active management

Staci West 20/12/18 in Videos

Investment specialist, Graham McCraw, at SLI Global Smaller Companies explains what the universe covers and the main attractions for investors including what level of risk comes with invest in global smaller companies.

To hear more about SLI Global Smaller Companies watch our October interview with Graham on current opportunities.

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