In the Media
Tom Burroughes, Group Editor at Wealth Briefing speaks to Ocean Dial CIO David Cornell about the ‘investment case’ for India and what types of investments should sit in a wealth managers portfolio.
David Cornell, CIO at Ocean Dial Asset Management, discusses with WealthBriefing why India is a top place in which to invest and why he is optimistic about prospects for firms in the country.
In this recent article for Quoted Data, Matthew Read discusses how although India inevitably has its challenges, it is one of the world’s largest and most dynamic emerging markets.
India has attracted a lot of attention over 2021 as it has outperformed even the US, despite suffering from one of the deadliest waves of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year. Combined with improved stock selection and its new investment policy, India Capital Growth (IGC) has also seen its performance shine through.
In the latest WI Daily, editor-in-chief, Lawrence Gosling looks at the investment case for India and the reasons to be bullish.
Investment bank Jefferies recently said that India’s economic cycle suggests conditions are ripe for annual economic growth of between 8 per cent to 9 per cent over coming years
With 2021 just around the corner, David Cornell looks forward to the opportunities that lie ahead, and reflects on what has been a tumultuous year both for India and for the rest of the world.
The AIC considers whether to create China and India specific sectors as they continue to be under-represented in the investment company universe.
Speaking with Trustnet, David Cornell gives his outlook on the Indian economy and highlights some key growth areas.
InvestmentEurope picks up on the news of Ocean Dial Asset Management, manager of ICGF, bolstering their management team with a new co-head of Equity.
Could this be the biggest buying opportunity since 2013? FE Trustnet speaks to David Cornell about timing your entry.
Looking closely at India’s prospects for investors, FundEye speaks to David Cornell about the impact of recent reforms and his long-term outlook.