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T Rowe Price: Are you excited about equities prospects in 2014?

In this debate hosted by Citywire and T Rowe Price we invited six top UK fund selectors to discuss the potential of European small caps.

After a brutal spell following the credit crunch, the asset class appears to be ideally placed to exploit the continued recovery in Europe. However, there are still a number of macro concerns on the continent.

Justin Thomson, manager of the T Rowe European Smaller Companies Equity fund, talks about some of his best investment ideas as we explore role should these funds play in asset allocation strategies 

We also discuss how important it is to have capacity limit to protect performance, in an area where liquidity can pose problems.

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Justin Thomson
15/20 in Equity - European Small & Medium Companies (Performance over 3 years) Average Total Return: 60.31%
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