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Sanktuary Investments introduces 0 per cent management fee for investments

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Start-up Sanktuary Investments is claiming a global first for the investment management industry by offering a 0 per cent management fee for investors.

As the new boy on the block, Sanktuary’s ‘revolutionary approach’ will see investors charged a ‘fair fee structure’ but only when the company delivers positive returns on investments from its range of diversified portfolios.
 
Founded in 2016 by Christian Evans, Sanktuary says its business is based on the ethos of trust, accountability and a client-first focus.
 
Evans says: “Economics was my strong suit and I’ve built up considerable industry experience working in asset management, commodities and futures trading. Whilst building my own understanding I quickly realised that the most obvious factor major investment companies had in common, was the fact they put their own profit before the clients. I felt there must be a better way to deliver a better service and shortly afterwards, the concept behind ‘Sanktuary Investments’ was born.
 
“Investing has its risks, all investors understand this fully, but by building in a very different approach of we-win-when-you-win, we’re demonstrating a fundamental commitment to doing our very best for the client, building mutual trust as we go.”
 
Since the company’s inception, ‘Sanktuary Investments’ has rapidly expanded its customer base with investors looking to take advantage of the new and unique 0 per cent management fee model. In less than 12 months, ‘Sanktuary Investments’ have built an AUM figure approaching GBP1,000,000 – raised from individual investors with less than GBP25,000 per investor worth.

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