Wren Sterling DFM hires consultancy to boost proposition roll out

Elston Consulting will provide research and analytics services

Hope William-Smith
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Wren Sterling’s discretionary fund manager (DFM) has appointed a consultancy to provide analytics and research services as it looks to accelerate its roll out.

National IFA group Wren Sterling bought its DFM, MFDM, ten months ago as part of its acquisition of Mutual Financial Management. It today (13 April) confirmed it was working with Elston Consulting on driving forward the proposition in the advice market - selecting the firm because of its leading work on ‘insourcing' models. "Their experience in proposition development and tangible support through their asset allocation research, analytics and insights are much valued," added MFDM chief investment officer Rory McPherson. Elston Consulting head of research Henry Cobbe said: "The broa...

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