GE Life has linked up with Fidelity, Invesco Perpetual, Liontrust and Newton to offer their funds th...
GE Life has linked up with Fidelity, Invesco Perpetual, Liontrust and Newton to offer their funds through its own range of pension products.
The new funds add to those already available through GE from State Street Global Advisors, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Schroder Investment Management, Credit Suisse Asset Management and GE Asset Management.
Scott Dolfi, GE Life chief executive, says that his firm has deliberately picked "leading" funds to complement the performance of the existing range.
He says 90% of the funds currently available have performed "above median" in the three years to July.
The following funds are set to join the GE stable:
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