Citibank International Personal Bank has added Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Credit Suisse to t...
Citibank International Personal Bank has added Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Credit Suisse to the range of fund managers with which its clients can invest. The Citibank service, based in London and Jersey, aims to attract offshore and UK expatriate investors with at least $50,000 to invest in London, or $25,000 to domicile in Jersey.
Customers can now invest in the Credit Suisse Russia Explorer, Future Energy and Global Prestige (luxury goods) funds, while the link with Goldman Sachs gives access to a wide selection of active equity, quantitative equity, fixed income and currency funds.
The two new fund houses bring the total offered by Citibank IPB to 10. The others are ABN Amro Asset Management, BlackRock Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, Schroders, JPMorgan Asset Management, Fidelity International, Franklin Templeton Investments, Invesco and Legg Mason.
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