IBOSS has launched a new discretionary management service comprising nine risk-rated portfolios.
The Managed Portfolio Service will sit alongside the firm's existing advisory and OEIC offerings, which launched in 2008 and 2016 respectively, and administer over £1.2bn of assets.
The new service will be white-labelled for advisers in keeping with the firm's other propositions, with advisers and financial planners the sole focus of IBOSS.
IBOSS investment director Chris Metcalfe said that they will "never deal directly with investors" as it "creates a conflict of interest".
He added: "We launched the service in response to requests from advisers who like our investment philosophy and track record but wanted to access it via a discretionary arrangement. That is exactly what the Managed Portfolio Service delivers.
"Investors will continue to benefit from our rigorous quantitative and qualitative research, while the new offering will continue with our aim of beating the relevant benchmark with volatility below the benchmark and lower drawdowns across all risk ratings.
"I'm delighted that the service will also include our popular white-labelled communications, which help to build the adviser's brand while keeping investors informed."
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