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Edinburgh Fund Managers introduce global growth portfolio

Edinburgh Fund Managers is launching the Global Growth Portfolio to complement its existing Classic Portfolio Service.



The aim of the new portfolio is to achieve long-term capital growth by investing in different geographic and economic sectors.



The initial asset allocation for the fund will be approximately 50 per cent invested in the USA 20 per cent in Europe 12 per cent in the UK 9 per cent in Japan and 9 per cent in the Pacific and emerging markets.



In terms of economic sectors the largest holdings will be 20 per cent in IT, 14 per cent in financials, 10 per cent in health and 21 per cent in consumer industries including media, leisure and retail.



The fund is available through the Classic Portfolio Service or as a stand alone fund of funds.



The minimum lump sum investment in the fund is £2,000 with a minimum additional lump sum investment of £500.



Edinburgh Fund Managers Private Client team will manage the fund.



Private Client managing director Harry Morgan says: “This fund is ideally suited for those investors who want to hold a globally diversified portfolio but are unsure about which funds to choose.”



“The Edinburgh Global Growth Portfolio will enable investors to access the best funds, managed by the best fund managers from leading investment houses.”


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