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SVM's Veitch on what's next for banks

SVM fund manager Neil Veitch is finding value in what he describes as unstable financials and he talks us through his favourite small caps.

Veitch also highlights the areas where he is seeing weakness in the UK.

Over the last three years, Veitch’s SVM UK Opportunities fund has returned 40.6% November in a sector where the average manager returned 27.1% over the same period.

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