Neville James plans to expand its product range with the launch of a dollar-denominated version of i...
Neville James plans to expand its product range with the launch of a dollar-denominated version of its zero dividend preference share fund
The original version, which is domiciled in the Isle of Man, is based in sterling. It is an Oeic which buys into split capital investment trust zeros. The dollar version should be launched within the next three months. The move follows the appointment of Peter Mason to the new position of investment director and actuary
Mason joined Neville James from Guardian Royal Exchange Group, where he held a number of positions in finance, development and group planning
He said Neville James would move into offering higher yielding, higher risk portfolios but did not plan to develop more traditional mainstream gilt and equity funds
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