Architas launches global multi-asset income fund for CIO Rock

Anna Fedorova
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Architas is launching a global multi-asset fund for CIO Caspar Rock as demand for income-generating products continues to grow.

The Architas Diversified Global Income fund will aim to provide an attractive level of income, currently a 5.4% gross yield based on the portfolio at launch, together with capital growth over the medium to long term. Rock (pictured) will manage the new fund together with investment manager Harry Darke. The new fund will invest in a mixture of active and passive funds, ETFs and investment trusts across a range of asset classes, including developed and emerging market equities and bonds, alternatives and cash, with an element of currency exposure. The diversified approach is set to ...

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