Multi-asset investing combines traditional securities with alternative approaches. A robust multi-asset portfolio should be diversified across many dimensions, including risk exposure and investment style. Differentiated by our open architecture approach, we provide full visibility into stock level holdings and dynamically manage your asset allocations with best-in-class managers.

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Multi-Asset Growth Strategy (MAGS)

The Multi-Asset Growth Strategy Fund aims to deliver consistent growth. It employs a multi-strategy investment approach and is broadly diversified across a range of growth assets across equities, bonds and alternative asset classes.

2020 multi-asset outlook

Thomas McDonald, Portfolio Manager, discusses recession risk and the challenge investors face today to achieve returns in line with objectives.

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