Way Group joint venture offers global coverage

Hughes, Frances
April 2008
Fund Strategy;4/28/2008, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that Way Group company has partnered with Bloxham Stockholders company, a wealth management firm from Irish, to launch a fund, Elite Bloxham Global Equity Income (EBGLI). Accordingly, the EBGLI, which uses a quant process in screening stocks, offers to British investors more diversification in global equities while maintaining minimal risk of investment. The fund is expected to raise 4.4 percent income with a long-term goal 8-10 percent income.


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