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HSBC Global Asset Management adds Global Multi-Asset Income fund

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HSBC Global Asset Management has enhanced its range of multi-asset products with the introduction of its first cross border global multi-asset income fund. 

The new HSBC GIF Global Multi-Asset Income fund is an addition to the firm’s Luxembourg-domiciled HSBC Global Investment Funds range and is a response to continuing strong client demand for multi-asset products.
 
The fund’s well diversified multi-asset investment approach is designed to help investors benefit from the opportunities global markets and different asset classes have to offer, while at the same time spreading investment risk. While relevant to retail investors of all generations, the fund is expected to appeal particularly to those already in or approaching retirement and who typically look for income generation to help support their needs.
 
Head of Client Segments at HSBC Global Asset Management, Simon Ellis (pictured), says: “Many private investors and pension funds are now looking for funds that combine risk mitigation with an above-average yield. The HSBC GIF Global Multi-Asset Income fund meets this need with a simple and transparent solution to the challenge of delivering the right outcomes in today's investment environment of lower returns and high volatility.”
 
HSBC Global Asset Management’s GBP60 billion multi-asset business is currently one of Europe’s largest and includes its flagship World Selection Portfolios. The fund is managed by the same team that manages the World Selection Income Portfolio, a fund that has built a strong track record since its launch in 2010.           
 
HSBC Global Asset Management’s Jane Davies, lead fund manager for both funds, says: “Demographic trends, continued low interest rates in developed regions and volatile markets have increased the demand for income-oriented multi-asset investment products. HSBC has proven expertise in managing multi-asset income funds:  since their launch our existing funds have delivered good-risk adjusted returns and generated a stable income stream.”

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