Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) is launching a range of six risk-rated, global multi-asset portfolios (GMAPs) providing access to in-house actively managed and tracker funds, to be run by head of multi-asset Trevor Greetham and team.
Launched yesterday, the range will consist of six vehicles - a UK focused fixed income fund at the lowest end of the risk spectrum, four risk-rated multi-asset funds in the middle, and a pure global equity...
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