Advisers show fund skills

Teasdale, James
February 2006
Money Marketing;2/16/2006, p39
The article reports on the launch of Adviser Fund Index, a unique series of performance indices based on portfolio selections from a panel of investment advisers, in Great Britain. It is designed to gauge the ability of advisers to add value using both asset allocation and fund selection skills. The three indexes represent typical fund recommendations made by 18 panelists to their own clients.


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