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SEI Investments/Cofunds – SEI Strategic Portfolios – Conservative Fund

SEI Investments/Cofunds – SEI Strategic Portfolios – Conservative Fund

Type: Offshore multi-manager Oeic available through Cofunds wrapper products

Aim: Income and growth by investing in fixed income, liquidity, equity and property segregated mandates using a manager of managers approach

Minimum investment: Depends on Cofunds wrapper product

Investment split: 100% in fixed income, liquidity, equity and property segregated mandates

Place of registration: Dublin

Charges: Initial depends on IFA commission negotiated through Cofunds, annual 1.05%

Commission: Subject to negotiation with Cofunds

Contact: www.cofunds.co.uk

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