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Electric vehicles charging ahead Jamie Zegleman, Investment Manager

The stars are aligning for electric vehicles, but investors will have to be careful in choosing the right companies to take advantage of investment opportunities that the growth in this sector affords. 

Souce: IEA (2020), Global EV Outlook 
Source: Transport Environment
Lithium-ion battery price survey results
Source: Bloomberg Finance L.P.
Jamie Zegleman
Investment Manager

Jamie is an investment manager at Walter Scott, who joined the firm in 2008. He has experience across each of the three regional research teams. Jamie holds an MA (Hons) in Mathematics and Economics from the University of St Andrews and is a CFA charterholder.

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