Pacific AM appointed as core MPS partner to London-based IFA

London-based PAM provides a range of technology-enabled MPS

Ayesha Venkataraman
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Pacific Asset Management (PAM) has teamed up with IFA Mark Dean Wealth Management to help manage its range of model portfolios which has been running since 2019.

London-based PAM, which is part of Sir John Beckwith's Pacific Investments Group, oversees £2.7bn of assets. It provides a range of technology-enabled model portfolio solutions, delivered on all major adviser platforms, which blend a range of investment styles including active, passive and factor funds, it said. In February 2021, PAM launched a new Sustainable Multi-Asset Fund Range, managed by Will Thompson who joined from HSBC Global Asset Management in August 2020. Mark Dean Wealth Management managing director Dean Mullaly said: "Having carefully researched a large number of invest...

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