Stephen Lingard: Investors did have a long memory of the 2008 crisis

Stephen Lingard discusses, among other things, his strategic view that they continue to favour equities, because investors have had a long memory of the scars of 2008, and as a result this will most likely be the longest economic cycle on record.

Stephen Lingard is senior multi-asset fund professional directly responsible for managing over C$10 billion in AUM across multiple strategies in Canada and offshore for Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions.

He has a diverse skill set in research, strategy, asset allocation, portfolio construction and risk management as well as extensive experience with retail and institutional clients globally. He is also a regular contributor to financial media in Canada and Asia.

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