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Invesco has launch of its Model Portfolio Service (MPS) which offers a comprehensive range of risk rated portfolios covering both income and growth requirements, from over 20 leading asset managers. 

These funds are brought together in risk targeted portfolios by Invesco’s Investment Solutions team creating model portfolios from across asset classes (equities, fixed income, alternatives and cash).
 
The Invesco MPS is an actively managed solution for an advisory investment service providing models to meet a broad range of investment goals and risk appetites. Giving advisers access to Invesco’s global expertise through its Investment Solutions team, advisers can choose appropriate models to align with their clients’ risk profile, easily and efficiently.
 
Our experts construct portfolios within an agreed set of guidelines to balance risk, costs and diversification. This includes a maximum 25 per cent allocation limit to any one asset manager, including Invesco.  
 
The portfolios are rated by a number of major risk profiling agencies – Evalue, Synaptic, Finemetrica and Defaqto.
 
In addition to its investment expertise, Invesco will provide market commentary and insight, for advisers and their clients. 
 
Initially offered on the Fidelity FundsNetwork, Aviva and 7IM platforms, the MPS will be made available on other platforms in the near future.
  
Invesco’s MPS costs GBP1 per client per month, capped at a maximum of GBP70 per firm per month (excl. VAT). Clients pay the relevant underlying fund and platform charges.
  
Invesco is the first firm to provide an MPS incorporating Intelliflo’s Intelligent Office technology, which allows for straightforward processing.
 
Financial adviser can access the Invesco portfolios by installing the new Invesco MPS App available in Intelliflo’s iO Store. Once installed in Intelligent Office, advisers will be able to utilise the ‘one-click’ acceptance of portfolio changes, through the Intelliflo Personal Finance Portal, allowing clients to accept recommendations quickly, securely and remotely.
 
Chris Lyes, Head of Retail Distribution at Invesco, says: “Consumer expectations and preferences are changing, challenging financial services providers to reconsider how they serve their clients and help them achieve their investment goals.
 
“We are helping meet these challenges by offering advisers access to Invesco’s global network of investment experts through a technologically sophisticated service that saves advisers time, maintains their independence and keeps them front and centre of the end investor experience.”
 

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