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    EIGA Update with Stephen Bruce

    Join Stephen Bruce, Portfolio Manager, for an update on the eInvest Income Generator Fund (Managed Fund) (ASX:EIGA).

    He will dive into recent performance, expectations for 2021, his views on the economy and dividend expectations for the year ahead. Is now the time for a dividends to bounceback?

    Date: Wednesday 17 March at 12.30pm

    Q&A will be enabled so use this time to ask him your burning questions

    Disclaimer: This webinar is for general information purposes and is not financial advice. Always seek your own advice and read the PDS at  Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. 

    About the speakers:

    Stephen Bruce
    Portfolio Manager, EIGA

    Stephen joined Perennial Value as an Equities Analyst in April 2000. In 2006, he was promoted to the role of Research Coordination/Senior Equities Analyst and assumed the role of Deputy Portfolio Manager for the Perennial Value Shares for Income Trust. In 2011, he was promoted to the role of lead Portfolio Manager for the Perennial Value Shares for Income Trust and Co-portfolio Manager for the Perennial Value Australian Shares Trust. In 2018, he was promoted to Director, Portfolio Management with responsibility for overseeing the management of all broader cap Australian Equities portfolios. He also has research responsibility for the banking, healthcare, telco and agricultural sectors.

    Jodi Pettersen
    Jodi Pettersen
    Investor Relations, eInvest

    Jodi focuses on investor relations spanning across sales, client communications, product marketing, demand generation, brand, content, customer experience, events, content, automation and digital strategy and is the left handed creative weirdo at eInvest. Jodi’s experience spans 9 years, mostly in institutional funds management distribution having also sharpened her teeth in financial advisory and management consulting.

    Jodi is also an avid supporter of the arts and has the “very serious” role of “Bed Leader” at her local community garden.