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LFIS’ Premia Strategy Cited by One of UK’s Largest Discretionary Investment Management Firms.

07 June 2018

LFIS’ premia strategy is among those Quilter Cheviot is using for diversification and uncorrelated returns. Quilter Cheviot is one of the UK’s largest discretionary investment management firms with over £22.8 billion of assets under management and more than 40,000 clients.

Nick Wood, Head of Investment Fund Research at ‎Quilter Cheviot, commented: “Having a style premia fund in the mix that has exposure to a wide range of styles, such as academic premia, can be beneficial. There’s a lot of research around what factor’s work in markets and this fund takes exposure to various ‘slivers’ of those factors. This fund is not based around just one factor, it has multiple factors in the portfolio that gives you a more balanced approach and hopefully leads to steady return over the long term. Quite a few style premia funds have been launched in recent years and this was the one we felt had the strongest capability.”

To access the full article on FE Trustnet, click here

For more information about LFIS’ Absolute Return Strategies, click here.

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