Aberdeen launches multi-asset income fund

multi asset2Aberdeen Asset Management has launched a fund designed to address the demand for multi-asset investment products in a low-rate environment. The firm’s Ucits Aberdeen Global Multi-Asset Income Fund is managed by its Edinburgh-based multi-asset income team. It is registered for public distribution to investors in Belgium, Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland and Singapore (limited to qualified investors). The fund will contain a range of income-generating assets with the aim of producing a high, but sustainable, annual yield while maintaining the real value of capital over the medium term. The fund’s strategic asset allocation is determined by the yield expectations of a range of assets and reviewed on a regular basis. Throughout this process, the focus is on creating a diversified portfolio of income-generating assets. Aberdeen’s investment solutions division currently manages over €129 billion in multi-asset portfolios. ©2015 funds europe

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