Architas and BirthStar launch AE-style funds for retail investors

Laura Miller

Architas and technology firm BirthStar have launched seven retail funds that follow an age-based strategy more commonly associated with default auto-enrolment (AE) pension funds.

The Architas BirthStar Target Date funds are managed by AllianceBernstein in line with a 'target date' - the point at which an investor wants to start withdrawing from their fund. Investors with the...

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