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GHC launches 3 new funds

GHC Fund Management has added three new risk graded funds to its product range.

The GHC resilient 4,5 & 6 Oeics have combined assets under management of more than £42m and are designed to provide actively managed investments within a risk graded fund.

The funds will will be run by Richard Harper and join GHC’s five existing Oeics, bringing total funds under management to around £90m. The firm plans to launch other funds later next year to cover a broader range of requirements.

GHC Fund Management fund manager Richard Harper says: “We are delighted that the launch of our GHC resilient Oeics demonstrate the continued strength of GHC’s risk-graded approach to fund management. These funds are suitable for many investors and will strengthen our funds under management.”


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