Multi-manager strategies have allowed smaller pension funds to diversify their investments through a broad range of asset classes, but have often been criticised for their lack of transparency. Andrew Sheen weighs up the pros and cons of this approach to investing
Multi-manager strategies have long been seen as a way for smaller pension funds to make investments in a broad range of asset classes without the attendant difficulties of overseeing many different individual...
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Traditional multi-management firms have increased their offerings following calls for more fiduciary responsibility, as Helen Fowler reports
UK - Aberdeen has acquired £13.5bn (US$21.6bn) of long-only multi-manager and fund of hedge fund assets from RBS Asset Management for £84.7m.
While considered a good way for smaller funds to diversify, the reputation of multi-manager strategies has been tarnished, as Andrew Sheen reports
Investment Solutions has launched a fiduciary management service targeting small and medium sized firms.