Hugh Yarrow, manager of the £1.1bn Evenlode Income fund shares his best and worst investments with This is Money. Hugh picks the multinational consumer goods firm Unilever as one of his best investments, as its success pays a steady dividend which is able to grow in both good and bad times. Hugh then names his worst investment, Vivendi, which has been the biggest drag on fund performance.
In the Financial Times, Charlie Carnegie, research director at Arisaig Partners, and Eric Pedersen, head of responsible investments at Nordea Asset Management, discuss divesting from emissions-heavy dairy and meat industries. Link