Advisers have taken to multi asset investments and the 2019 Fidelity/Professional Adviser survey explains why, says Aamina Zarfar.
'View from the front row'
PARTNER INSIGHT: Many investors know that it rarely makes sense to have all their 'eggs in one basket.' That is why some investors choose to diversify. Jaime Arguello, chief investment officer of multi-manager Architas, explains why
PARTNER INSIGHT: The rise in demand for multi-asset investing is largely driven by the need for a simple one-stop solution for investors, says Frank Potaczek, head of UK proposition at Architas
Secondary commercial property an exception
Partner Insight: As monetary policy begins to diverge, Michael Costa, assistant portfolio manager at Fidelity International, explains why having a proper allocation to alternative assets is becoming more important
Partner Insight: James Bateman, chief investment officer for Multi Asset at Fidelity International, argues investors need to ensure they are protected against negative market movements following February's pull-back.
Gradual reduction over two years
Up for the fight
Russell Investments' David Vickers explains why multi-asset investors must use a broader set of asset classes in order to attain 'true diversification' that is able to properly navigate market challenges
F&C Multi-Manager survey
Rather than direct with discretionary manager
Co-managers for 20 years
Due diligence on CIPs 'virtually impossible'
Cautious asset mix
Now shut around a third of fund range
Ten funds holding more than £200m in total assets moved as part of deal
Firm describes portfolios as 'premium HNW solution for all clients'
CISI-IFP merger is 'biggest opportunity'
Former Aberdeen manager takes healthcare charity role
Focus on Merlin range
How Tower Hill Associates manages £55m of clients' money
Old Mutual Global Investors fund manager Richard Buxton has backed Neil Woodford's criticisms of a government decision to cut the tax exemption for renewable energy companies, warning it could render the utilities sector "uninvestable".
Hargreaves Lansdown has launched six "ready-made" portfolios for non-advised investors, offering access to its £5bn multi-manager range for an ongoing fee below 2%.