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CAMRADATA partners with investment consulting firm, Broadstone

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CAMRADATA has entered a new partnership with Broadstone, a UK provider of pensions, employee benefits, actuarial and investment services advice.

Broadstone will be using the CAMRADATA Live database as its primary data source for future manager research, enhancing the market insights and advice it provides for clients.
 
Broadstone offers advice to small and medium sized employers, pension scheme trustees and individual pension scheme members and follows a carefully designed six stage investment strategy review process to help achieve trustees’ funding and investment objectives.
 
Using CAMRADATA Live will enable Broadstone’s managers to conduct rigorous, up to the minute evidence-based assessments of more than 5,000 investment products, covering over 250 asset classes offered by over 700 asset managers.
 
Peter Dean, Investment Consulting Director, Broadstone, says: “Using CAMRADATA Live as our main research tool gives our consultants quick and easy access to independent investment data all in one place. This will save time and ensure we offer greater insight and advice to our clients.”
 
Sean Thompson, Managing Director, CAMRADATA, says: “We are delighted to be working with Broadstone who now benefit from using our dedicated portal to access over 5,000 investment products. Broadstone also have access to other services including our regular research reports, which are designed to keep clients up-to-date on the latest investment trends.”
 
Broadstone follows Spektrum in Denmark and Xafinity Punter Southall in outsourcing data collection to CAMRADATA.

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