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Britannic’s UK boutique goes live with opps fund

Britannic Asset Management has launched its UK Cartesian boutique run by former SVM managers David Stevenson and Andrew Kelly.

The first fund to be launched will be the Cartesian UK opportunities fund, investing in 30-60 high conviction stocks with a bias to mid and small cap companies. Stevenson and Kelly believe mid and small cap stocks are often overshadowed by their larger counterparts.

Britannic sales and marketing director Jonathan Polin says: “David and Andrew have a proven track record in excellent stock picking – their former fund, the SVM UK opportunities fund, returned 98.4 per cent over the period since launch in 2000 against a sector median return of -3.3 per cent.”

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