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Close Finsbury views panorama of assets

A new generation of multi-asset portfolio has been launched by Close Finsbury Asset Management.

The portfolio will produce capital growth by investing in global assets, including long and alternative investment strategies with a focus on total returns.

It will cover a mix of UK and global equities, fixed interest, commercial property, structured investments, alternative investments, hedge funds, natural resources and cash.

Berry Asset Management will manage the portfolio, supported by Swiss banking partner Bordier & Cie which will actively manage individual asset classes.

Minimum investment is £25,000 and subsequent additional investments can be made of up to £1,000.

Close Finsbury director Nigel Barnes says: “The MultiAsset Portfolio sets a new standard in the multi-asset arena by creating a next-generation investment solution, investing in a greater range of asset classes.

“In offering a true panorama of asset classes the portfolio offers investors flexibility and choice over what is currently available in the traditional multi-manager marketplace.”

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