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Ex-Quilter duo launch model portfolio service for GAM

by Emma Dunkley on Feb 11, 2013 at 10:29

Ex-Quilter duo launch model portfolio service for GAM

GAM has launched its discretionary fund management proposition for advisers under the command of ex-Quilter duo Charles Hepworth and James McDaid.

The model portfolio service for the UK IFA market comprises five risk-rated models that cover a range of risk-return profiles, covering capital preservation to full equity market participation.

It provides access to its asset allocation and management selection capabilities through a range of channels, including the new personalised collective account (PCA).

The range consists of:

* GAM MPS Defensive Portfolio, with volatility between 5.2% and 7.8% a year

* GAM MPS Cautious (7.8%-10.4%)

* GAM MPS Balanced (volatility 10.4%-13%),

* GAM MPS Growth (13%-15.5%)

* GAM MPS Global Equity (15.6%-18.2%).

Investors can gain access to the models, which are managed within pre-set volatility ranges, through platforms, segregated accounts and PCA.

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2 comments so far. Why not have your say?

Anonymous 1 needed this 'off the record'

Feb 11, 2013 at 11:38

.....so it's a fund then?

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Badders

Feb 11, 2013 at 11:56

@Anonymous1.

No, it's ANOTHER fund then!

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