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James Hay adds new funds to platform

James Hay has announced the addition of five new funds to its wrap platform.

The funds are provided by Jupiter, Legal & General, Royal London, Schroders and Standard Life and bring the total number of funds available to 1,154 from 50 different providers.

James Hay regional sales director Shaun Sandiford says: We are delighted to offer intermediaries access to these excellent funds from five of the best providers in asset management.

These funds offer intermediaries and their clients a wide range of actively managed investment strategies including the opportunity of investment in global property. We remain committed to providing a whole of market proposition through our wrap platform to our intermediary partners.

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