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Touchstone Investments launches ten funds


Touchstone Investments has launched ten funds featuring multiple share classes for both retail and institutional investors.

Touchstone has named ten institutional asset managers to act in a sub-advisory capacity for each of the funds, joining the 13 sub-advisers who manage Touchstone’s 27 funds already in operation.

Touchstone’s fund lineup now includes US equity, international equity, US fixed income, international fixed income and a variety of alternative investment funds.

"Touchstone has extensive experience working with institutional asset managers. Our sub-advisers have been carefully screened and selected for their considerable capabilities and strong track records," says Steven Graziano, president of Touchstone Investments. "Despite the challenges in our industry, Touchstone is fortunate to have a financially strong parent company that has taken this opportunity to invest in our products, sales resources and tools, and operational capabilities. We are optimistic about our short-term and long-term growth."

The new funds and sub-advisers are: Capital Appreciation Fund (Farr, Miller & Washington); Large Cap Relative Fund (Earnest Partners); Mid Cap Value Fund           (Lee Munder Capital Group); Small Cap Core Fund (The London Company); Emerging Markets Equity Fund (AGF Investments America); Global Equity Fund (Bedlam Asset Management); Core Plus Fixed Income Fund (Bradford & Marzec); International Fixed Income Fund (Augustus Asset Managers); Global Real Estate Fund (Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers); and Long/Short Equity (Aronson+Johnson+Ortiz).

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