Update: Quilter rebrands multi-asset business

First part of business to rebrand

Beth Brearley
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Paul Feeney, Quilter CEO
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Paul Feeney, Quilter CEO

The multi-asset business of Quilter, formerly part of Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI), has rebranded as Quilter Investors following the completion of the sale of Richard Buxton's single-strategy business.

The £17bn division, which includes the Cirilium, Generation, Creation and sub-advised funds within WealthSelect, is the first part of the business to be rebranded following the split of the OMGI's multi-asset division from the single-strategy funds.  The multi-asset funds now carry the new brand and 'Quilter Investors' prefix, while the Compass portfolios, targeted at global investors, will be rebranded at a later date. Last week saw Quilter plc, formerly Old Mutual Wealth, separate from parent company Old Mutual and list independently on the London Stock Exchange with a market capita...

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