UK - GE Life has added 15 funds from Fidelity Investments, Invesco Asset Management, Liontrust Asset Management and Newton Investment Management to its defined contributions range.
The firm has expanded its fund range with the addition of:
- Four US, European and UK equity funds from Fidelity.- Three fixed income funds from Invesco.- Three bond and equity funds from Liontrust.- Five funds from Newton, which include UK and European equities, fixed income and one balanced fund.
GE Life chief executive Scott Dolfi said: “We have chosen a select number of quality retail funds to increase the choice available to investors and give them the opportunity to invest their pension with familiar fund managers.
“We believe it’s important to offer a choice of investment managers. This allows us to choose managers with proven expertise in specific sectors to complement our core proposition.
“The additional funds now available through our pension products are popular funds and should appeal to a wide range of investors.”
GE Life’s annual management charges will vary between 0.70% and 1.65%, depending on the fund selected.
Its manager roster currently includes State Street Global Advisors, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Schroder Investment Management, Credit Suisse Asset Management and GE Asset Management.
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