Gravis adds to range with UK REIT fund

Managed by newly-appointed Matthew Norris

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Matthew Norris, manager, VT Gravis UK Listed Property fund
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Matthew Norris, manager, VT Gravis UK Listed Property fund

Gravis Advisory has launched a specialist UK REIT fund that aims to remove the risk of gating.

The VT Gravis UK Listed Property fund (GULP) is the firm's third OEIC and will be managed by Matthew Norris, who recently joined Gravis as head of real estate securities. Gravis, a subsidiary of Gravis Capital Management, said the new fund will provide access to UK-listed property securities that target long-term, dependable cashflows. Elite Radar: VT Gravis UK Infrastructure Income Investments in the fund will be focused on UK REITs, but will also include property-related closed-ended investment companies, corporate bonds and equities in the portfolio. As well as minimal exposure ...

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