Perspectives podcast: A conversation with our Global Investment Strategist

Kevin Gardiner, Rothschild & Co's Global Investment Strategist, has been responsible for formulating our in-house perspectives on the global economy and capital markets for almost a decade. In the latest episode of our Perspectives podcast, Laura Künlen and Kevin Gardiner delve into the motivations behind Kevin's journey to become an economist, reflect on how his early experiences in a central bank have shaped his views on monetary policy and economic governance, and share insights into the decision-making process in allocating funds for our clients.

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