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Frontier’s multi-asset passive fund attracts GBP50m in first year

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Frontier Capital Management says the IFDS Frontier MAP Balanced Fund has grown to GBP50m under management in its first year, primarily from subscriptions from UK independent financial advisers.

The fund, which is Isa eligible and has daily dealing, captures the returns of eight traditional and alternative asset classes in one holding through highly liquid indexation strategies. 

The fund is managed by Frontier Capital. In its first year it has delivered a total return to investors net of charges of 20.76 per cent. 

The fund is a UK Oeic authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

In a single investment, investors gain access to the returns of global equities, global fixed income, emerging equities, emerging bonds, global real estate, commodities, hedge funds and managed futures.

Michael Azlen (pictured), chief executive and founder of Frontier Capital, says: “The IFDS Frontier MAP Balanced Fund replicates the evidence-based investment process that we have operated for our offshore multi-asset passive funds for private clients, family offices, charities and private banks over the last five years. The fund allows smaller investors to take advantage of our ‘one-stop’ approach to investing, and provides a tax-efficient means for UK investors to access the strategy.”

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