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Latest News  30/11/2016

Cornelian Launch RMP Passive Fund Range

Cornelian Asset Managers, the Edinburgh-based investment management firm are launching today a new range of risk managed passive (RMP) funds to sit alongside their existing multi-asset fund range.

John Jackson, Managing Director Intermediary Business said:  “Our existing multi-asset fund range has received several of the highest awards from third-party reviews and has become increasingly popular with advisers.  We are delighted to have doubled the number of Adviser firms supporting the range over the past year and we have now become an established name as an active multi-asset manager.

The new RMP range of funds has been launched in response to adviser demand for an extension of Cornelian's existing approach of real return (RPI+) objectives and management of the funds to different risk levels to be applied using lower cost investments.

John Jackson added:  “The RMP range is ideally suited to those Advisers and their clients who value the combination of real return targets and risk management but who seek a lower cost option using a smaller range of asset classes and less active management in underlying assets.”

The funds are only available through financial advisers or direct via platforms - please contact us for further information.

 


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