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Bonus Episode

In this special edition from the team behind Eye of the Needle, we’re talking to Maya Bhandari, Multi-Asset Portfolio Manager, and Tammie Tang, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager. 

They tell us about their routes into asset management and their respective asset classes, how the industry has changed over the past decade, and offer advice to women aspiring to work in finance.

About this podcast

Eye of the Needle is a magazine-style podcast that aims to demystify the world of investing and shine a light on the people that look after your money. Featuring guests from the Columbia Threadneedle investments team and regular segments that cover personal finance and investing, Eye of the Needle is a must-listen for anyone looking to learn more about money, with a direct line to the people at the centre of Columbia Threadneedle Investments.

15 September 2020
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