Square Mile & FE fundinfo partner to launch Fund Dashboard

To assist in fund selection

James Baxter-Derrington
The new dashboard is due to launch Q1 2020

The new dashboard is due to launch Q1 2020

Square Mile & FE fundinfo have today (5 December) announced the final concept of a Fund Dashboard, designed to assist buyers in the fund selection process.

The Fund Dashboard, which is due to go live in Q1 2020, is designed to be an easy-to-interpret overview of core fund information, which will help advisers "assess a fund's ability to meet clients' investment objectives". The joint venture aims to deliver "a significant amount of information in an easily understood format", the aspects of which have been determined through broad industry consultation. Square Mile unveils two initiatives to assess asset managers' ESG and sustainability credentials Steve Kenny, commercial director for Square Mile, said: "We have partnered with FE fund...

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