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Hargreaves Lansdown multi manager sells 250m

Hargreaves Lansdown fund of funds have broken 250m in sales since the firm launched its first multi manager product in 2001.

It uses a mixture of qualitative and quantitative analysis to run the money under Lee Gardhouse, who has developed his own system to identify how returns are achieved.

The three Hargreaves Lansdown multi manager products are a UK equity income, a UK global growth and a balanced managed product.

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