RSMR launches Active 2-10 Portfolios for advisers

New range draws from rated funds to target risk profiles

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Research house and fund ratings group RSMR has expanded its discretionary offering with the launch of a range of nine portfolios constructed from RSMR-rated funds and targeting different risk profiles.

The Active 2-10 Portfolios combine strategic asset allocation, including input from specific third parties, with RSMR's fund selection and portfolio construction methodology. RSMR said that its new range is predominantly built from RSMR-rated funds that have been blended to produce different levels of risk to suit a range of investors and are available across multiple wrap platforms. The asset allocations increase in volatility incrementally over the nine risk profiles, based on a medium to long-term view, with assets split into the broad categories of fixed interest, equities, altern...

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