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Working with Financial Advisers

We are focused on providing you with the best possible support to deliver your clients' investment proposition. Whether your clients' needs can be met through our multi-asset funds or through a discretionary service, we will work in partnership with you to make sure that you are fully informed of our investment decisions and well-briefed for your client meetings.  Beyond the quality of investment professionalism that we offer, we see effective communication as a crucial element in building and maintaining a long-term relationship with you.

Our Investment Services

We specialise in managing multi-asset portfolios.  You can choose from three types of investment service for your clients, all offering the same quality of underlying investment portfolio.  

Our range of services

Adviser Events

Find out about our forthcoming adviser events including interactive Investment Webinars and venues where we are presenting in association with the PFS, Tenet and others.  

Forthcoming events

Document Library

To assist you in client meetings, we offer a range of literature which is updated on a monthly basis including Fund Factsheets and individual monthly Fund Reports.  

Fund Document Library

Latest News

  • Why 2018 wasn’t a repeat of 2015
    Cornelian’s Chief Investment Officer Hector Kilpatrick explains why we did not derisk the Funds in the final quarter of 2018, comparing the market signals with those we observed back in March 2015, when we de-risked the Funds aggressively.

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  • Market Commentary February 2019
    A Market Overview for the month past is given by Cornelian's Chief Investment Officer, as well as an Investment Outlook with consideration towards US economic growth, a recovering oil price and Brexit.

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  • Video: Market Review and Outlook
    Cornelian's Chief Investment Officer Hector Kilpatrick gives his Market Review for the fourth quarter of 2018 and outlook going forward.

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