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Latest News  06/12/2016

Cornelian hit the £1billion milestone

Cornelian Asset Managers are delighted to have reached their first £1 billion funds under management.

John Jackson, Managing Director intermediary Business attributes the recent growth to the strength of their multi-asset fund proposition into the adviser market:  “Our multi-asset fund range has become increasingly popular with advisers, which has contributed significantly to the growth in our business.  Funds from advisers have grown over 40% over the last year alone and we have now become an established name as an active multi-asset manager”.

Cornelian have added to their multi-asset fund range with the recent launch of the RMP (risk managed passive) range which is as a result of adviser demand for a lower cost extension of their existing approach of real return (RPI+) objectives and management of the funds to different risk levels.

Jeremy Richardson, CEO at Cornelian said “We are most grateful to all our supporters over the years.  We are well positioned in the current environment to continue to expand our business based on our strong proposition, continued investment and great team.”


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