Clark says there is scope to add to the range of seven trackers, which currently have around £1bn of assets under management.
He says the firm is likely to add a couple of tracker funds to the range as well as ensuring that cost levels are as attractive as possible.
Clark says: “This would be an adviser-led move as we feel the interest that is being generated in these products by clients means that they warrant a closer look.
“We already have a comprehensive range of trackers that date back to the 1980s but the end game is to have a tracker that matches an asset allocation call to any part of the world that someone would look to. They offer advisers a valuable source of beta and are more widely available to advisers than exchange tra- ded funds.”