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Thesis expands adviser reach with Novia tie-up

Thesis expands adviser reach with Novia tie-up

Thesis Asset Management is seeking to build on relationships with the adviser channel after launching its model portfolios on platform Novia.

The seven-strong risk-rated range are run by a Thesis team, headed by Steven Richards (pictured).

Richards, who also manages the Optima range of fund of funds, commented: 'Our commitment to the continued growth and development of the model portfolio service means that it is important Thesis’s funds are available to the widest range of intermediaries and investors possible.

'The decision to make the models available through the Novia wrap platform reflects this thinking, and is something the business will look to progress over time.'

Last year, Thesis launched a risk-graded range of direct securities model (DSM).

Novia, meanwhile, has just north of 45 discretionary managers on its platform.

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