Rathbones launches managed portfolio service

Risk-rated range

Daniel Flynn
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Rathbones has launched a managed portfolio service consisting of six risk-rated actively-managed strategies, which will invest in the range of multi-asset funds run by David Coombs.

The Rathbone Managed Portfolio Service will be available to clients of financial advisers from 3 April on an execution-only basis, whereby Rathbones implements client instructions following advice received from a financial adviser. The six strategies have been risk-rated by Distribution Technology to suit different risk and return objectives and invest in one or two of the multi-asset funds run by Coombs (pictured), head of multi-asset investment at Rathbone Unit Trust Management. The strategies will be labelled cautious, balanced, income, balanced plus, equity and equity plus. The in...

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