In this video, Mark Sherlock, Lead Portfolio Manager for the Hermes US SMID Equity Fund, speaks to Terri-Ann Williams, reporter for Citywire Selector, about the opportunities for the US small and mid cap companies under the pro-growth policies to be implemented by the Trump administration.
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