Openwork reveals full Omnis fund manager line-up

Salih, Chris
February 2013
Fundweb;2/18/2013, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the adviser network Openwork Ltd.'s line up of fund managers for its seven-strong investment fund proposition Omnis. The investment funds include the Omnis UK Equities, the Omnis Alternative Strategies, and the Omnis UK Fixed Interest, being managed by Errol Francis, Colin Lunnon, and David Oliphant, respectively. The Omnis proposition is a joint venture between Openwork and Octopus Investments Ltd.


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