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35 per cent of IFAs support distribution funds – AXA

Over a third (35 per cent) of IFAs back distribution funds as a core investment for investors&#39 portfolios, according to research from Axa.

The research shows 44 per cent of IFAs feel distribution funds are either very attractive or attractive as a key component of an investor&#39s portfolio.

Fifty one per cent of IFAs expect their distribution funds to increase by 6 per cent or more over the next twelve months.

Investment marketing manager Mike Mumford says: “Distribution funds have proved themselves to be reliable, resilient and profitable platforms for investors.”

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