Collins Stewart launches risk-aligned portfolios

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Collins Stewart Wealth Management (CSWM) has launched a portfolio construction framework it claims addresses the major shortcomings of traditional risk management processes.

The framework produces a set of portfolios - the Risk Enhanced Multi Asset Portfolios (REMAP) - based on a risk model designed to deal with market turbulence by introducing what CSWM terms a "sensible amount" of mathematics into the investment process. CSWM said the portfolios have been launched to address what it considers a wrong approach to risk across the industry. "The biggest failing of traditional frameworks stems from the assumption that correlations are stable through time," said CSWM global strategist Robert Jukes. "As the credit crunch demonstrated, when risk assets deli...

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