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RWC's Teahan: how I'm dealing with this extraordinary environment

John Teahan, co-manager of the RWC Enhanced Income fund, explains why he has turned to pharmaceuticals in his bid to deliver a 7% yield for investors.

In this video he highlights the challenges he faces in these extraordinary times.

He also tells Elsa Buchanan about his concerns for the future direction of capital growth.

In the 12 months to the end of February, Teahan's strategy has returned 10.22% compared with a 14.95% gain in the FTSE 350 Higher Yield benchmark.

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