We are an independent investment management company founded in 1992. We value our relationships with clients and professional connections and have built on these relationships through trust, openness and clear communication.

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About Cornelian

Our sole focus is investment management.  We aim to preserve and enhance your real wealth over time in line with your personal investment objectives and to manage your money as if it were our own.

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Our talented team

The service we provide to our clients and professional contacts depends on us recruiting the right people and investing in their development.  Our people have high integrity, high work standards and strong client focus.

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Market Commentary

Find out about our latest view of global markets in our Market Commentary. Cornelian's Chief Investment Officer, Hector Kilpatrick reflects on recent events and explains where we see the emerging opportunities for investment.

Market Commentary

Our Approach to Investment

Our approach is to add real value to your investment over the long term, targeting returns in excess of inflation.  In order to do this, we use active management at all levels of the investment process from asset allocation through to the selection of individual investments.  Find out about the key features which comprise our approach.

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Latest News

  • Market Commentary - February 2017
    During the three month period to the end of January, Sterling strengthened somewhat from its oversold position as it became clear that the government would have to put its Brexit plans to a vote in parliament.

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  • Cornelian funds shortlisted for the Professional Adviser Awards 2017
    We are delighted that our risk-managed funds have been short-listed in the Best Multi-Asset Funds: Volatility Target category for the 2017 Professional Adviser Awards. The event 'Celebrating Excellence in Financial Advice' takes place on Thursday 9th February.

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  • Market Commentary January 2017
    During the three month period to the end of December, Sterling weakened sharply following the surprise ‘Leave’ result in the UK’s European Union referendum in June and confirmation that the government was looking to trigger Article 50 before the end of March 2017.

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