One to Watch: Can this hidden gem offer something different for strategic bond investors?

Fund reaches three-year track record

Laura Dew
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During a challenging period for fixed income, many investors are choosing to hand over control of this part of their portfolios to strategic bond fund managers to navigate the current environment.

The IA £ Strategic Bond sector is known for housing many different kinds of flexible strategies, but one name which may have been overlooked is the £67m Sanlam Private Wealth (SPW) Strategic Investment Grade Bond fund, run by head of fixed income Craig Veysey (pictured). Now with the benefits of a three-year track record, the fund is attracting interest for its strong performance, recently winning Best Fund at the City of London Wealth Management Awards 2015. It also has a five star rating from Morningstar and a five crown rating from FE Trustnet. On a total return basis, the fund is ...

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