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Technology has transformed our world and made many areas of life simpler, easier and cheaper - and investing seems to be no exception. Passive investing - whereby you own a market portfolio, typically mirroring an index (such as the FTSE 100) - in particular has been a cost beneficiary of technology.  In this clip Maike Currie, talks to Paras Anand - CIO of Equities, Europe about the role of active and passive investing in the digital age.

Active investing after the digital revolution

2 July 2018

Video transcript - Active investing after the digital revolution

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