Partner Insight: Better value for less cost - Renewed opportunity in MPS

Investment Week has partnered with Carmignac, Invesco, LGIM, Quilter, Schroders and Tatton to bring an exclusive guide that explores the trends driving the increasing use of the model portfolio services.

Sarka Halas
clock • 1 min read
Partner Insight: Better value for less cost - Renewed opportunity in MPS

This year has seen renewed opportunity in the sector as gross sales of managed portfolio services (MPS) bounced back 13% over the first half of 2023, up from the third quarter of 2002. Growth has been underpinned by trends including the growing demand for customisable investment products, the rise of ESG investing, and new entrants fueling competition in pricing.   

With MPS becoming the default option for advisory firms, providers and managers have had to broaden their opportunity set across asset classes and strategies to offer investors choice in volatile and uncertain capital markets.  

Learn why cost and communication are becoming increasingly important in an ever-complex world and how the increasing use of managed portfolio services is reshaping the investment advisory industry.

In this guide, we discuss what Consumer Duty means for MPS, we weigh up the case for active versus passive, and we look at how to navigate turbulent markets with model portfolios.  We also hear directly from managers at Carmignac, Invesco, LGIM, Quilter, Schroders and Tatton on MPS sector trends and themes and we take a look under the hood of their offerings.

To read more about trends driving the MPS industry and how to benefit from the sector, fill in the form below.  

More on Funds

Nick Train UK equity funds downgraded by Morningstar due to 'narrow focus'

Nick Train UK equity funds downgraded by Morningstar due to 'narrow focus'

Silver to bronze

clock 22 February 2024 • 3 min read
ETFs gain ground on passive mutual funds as total inflows top £2bn

ETFs gain ground on passive mutual funds as total inflows top £2bn

LSEG Lipper UK Fund Flows report

clock 21 February 2024 • 1 min read
Redwheel enters venture capital market with UK climate tech fund

Redwheel enters venture capital market with UK climate tech fund

Partnership with Turquoise

Valeria Martinez
clock 21 February 2024 • 1 min read
Trustpilot