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HFS Milbourne funds top £100m assets

by Brian Cantwell on Feb 12, 2013 at 16:08

HFS Milbourne funds top £100m assets

Surrey-based IFA firm HFS Milbourne has passed the £100 million milestone for assets under management in its Strategic Portfolio Service model portfolio offering.

HFS’s Strategic Portfolio Service now accounts for £108 million of assets, up from £81 million in January 2012. Fund performance accounts for £9 million of that rise, and £18 million has been attracted in new investments.

The service is a range of 10 risk-rated model portfolios. Its mid-level Portfolio 6 delivered 9.3% over 2012, ahead of the 7.8% returned by its benchmark, linked to the Libor +3 rate, and the FTSE All-Share and MSCI AC World ex UK indices.

HFS Milbourne advises on around £250 million of client assets. ‘What sets us apart from what some other IFAs do is we have an investment committee that sits once every quarter,’ said joint managing director Rod Milne (pictured).

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david mann

Feb 13, 2013 at 14:35

‘What sets us apart from what some other IFAs do is we have an investment committee that sits once every quarter' -

Dear Mr Milne - I have some news for you - Most IFAs have ICs that sit quarterly -

If that is what 'sets you apart I fear for your longer term future!

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