GE Life has created fund links with Fidelity, Invesco Perpetual, Liontrust and Newton to boost the f...
GE Life has created fund links with Fidelity, Invesco Perpetual, Liontrust and Newton to boost the funds available through its range of pension products by 15.
This brings to 41 the number of portfolios open to new business, including funds from State Street, Goldman Sachs, Schroders, Credit Suisse and GE Asset Management.
GE Life chief executive Scott Dolfi said: 'We have selected quality retail funds to increase investors' choice and give them the opportunity to invest with familiar fund managers.'
He said the new links allowed a choice of investment managers with proven expertise in specific sectors.
Annual management charges are between 0.70% and 1.65%, according to the fund selected.
The group is planning intermediary seminars on the new fund range, including presentations from some of the new the fund managers, later in the year.
Despite improved risk appetite
FOS award limit increase
Relates to 136 million transaction reports
Ceremony will take place 13 November