Saltus launches global equity fund in IFA push


Discretionary fund manager Saltus has launched a global equity fund in an extension of its IFA-focused offering.

Managed by Dan Kemp and the Saltus investment team, the Saltus Global Equity fund is a long-only fund of funds that will sit in the IMA Global sector, benchmarked against a composite index comprised of 50% UK equities and 50% global ex-UK equities. The offering will invest in actively-managed equity funds as well as ETFs and other passive instruments. "Fund selection is assisted by a unique quantitative tool enabling Saltus to identify those mangers most likely to add value through the economic cycle," said Kemp. "Although long-only in character, the fund can use derivatives to hed...

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