Multi-managers increased allocations to alternative UCITS funds by 0.55% to over 10% during the fourth quarter of 2017 as a result of anticipated market volatility, according to research by fund distributor Harrington Cooper.
The research tracks the asset allocation shifts of 32 multi-manager and model portfolio funds that follow a balanced profile with combined assets under management (AUM) totalling £11.2bn, while also looking...
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