Midas sees boost for Miton funds

Smith, Amanda
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p30
The article reports on the prediction of Midas Capital Partners Ltd. that its new distribution link with FundsNetwork to support independent financial advisers (IFAs) interest in the Miton strategic and global portfolio funds in Great Britain. It is said that the multi-asset funds are already recognized with IFAs who want to tap in the equity slant of fund manager Sam Liddle's global fund. It is expected that IFA interest will increse if equity markets remain to rise.


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