Schroders and Fintel expand strategic partnership

Asset manger joins Risk Controlled investment solution

Jenna Brown
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Fintel and Schroders have expanded their strategic partnership which sees the asset manager join the fintech and support services provider’s Risk Controlled investment solution.

Fintel said it would ensure that its multi-asset funds, the Schroder Blended Portfolios, become "central to the investment range developed by Fintel for the thousands of advisers who use its fintech". It explained the range, delivered by SimplyBiz and Defaqto, was designed to improve both "adviser efficiency and consumer outcomes", enabling product manufacturers to cater to consumer preferences and risk profiles by aligning investment solutions to the advice and research processes powered by Defaqto. It added it "streamlines the advice process whilst ensuring that advisers have a rang...

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