Novia launches DFM service

Macdonald, Sam
September 2013
Fundweb;9/2/2013, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that the platform provider Novia is launching a discretionary fund management business, Copia Capital Management, to its advisors by the end of 2013. Novia chief executive Bill Vasilieff states that they have seen a huge growth in new business inflows into Discretionary Fund Managers.


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