Atomos' multi-asset proposition moves to be sub-managed by WTW

Proposition moving from the IFSL Sanlam OEIC to the IFSL Atomos OEIC

Hope William-Smith
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WTW has been appointed as the sub-investment manager of Atomos’ multi-asset investment proposition (MAF).

Hybrid wealth firm Atomos told Professional Adviser it transitioned its MAF on 21 April, with WTW set to become responsible for the asset allocation and implementation of the underlying funds. These funds are: Conservative; Defensive; Cautious; Balanced; and Growth. The new funds will be invested mostly in pooled funds. Previously, they were predominantly direct investments. The advice firm said the collaboration with WTW would allow for "immediate access to institutional strategies" for its clients. This will be achieved through existing vehicles, even for smaller investors. At...

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