L&G rolls out its first three multi-manager portfolios

Hughes, Frances
May 2008
Fund Strategy;5/5/2008, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that Legal and General (L&G) has introduced three multi-manager funds in Great Britain. These include the Multi-Manager Income, MM Growth Funds and MM Balanced. It also states that the multi-manager funds are managed by Alan Thein and Tim Gardner. Information on the nature of the multi-manager funds is also included.


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