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Risk Disclaimer

The value of investments and any income derived from them can go down as well as up as a result of market or currency movements and investors may not get back the original amount invested.

Today’s investor enjoys the choice from thousands of available funds. Whilst that’s great news, making sense of the options can be a daunting task. We see our job as making investing easier.

How do we do this?

We work by selecting what we believe to be the very best investment talent from right across the industry and combining them together into well-balanced portfolios.

We believe that our approach combined with the advantages inherent in multi-manager investing offers a host of benefits.

Risk Disclaimer

The value of investments and any income derived from them can go down as well as up as a result of market or currency movements and investors may not get back the original amount invested.

These include:

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Structural ‘true’ diversification

Perhaps the most important principle of successful investment.

We invest across asset classes, geographies, management companies and investment styles

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Whole of market

Why restrict your opportunity set?

We’re independent fund ‘selectors’ and aren’t constrained by ‘buy-lists’

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Proven performers

Price matters but value is key.

Over the long-term our funds have consistently delivered performance whilst at the same time offsetting the impact of investment and financial advice costs

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Actively managed

There’s nothing passive about how we invest.

We actively adjust asset allocation, select funds, build portfolios and manage risk

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Ease and efficiency 

A one stop-portfolio ‘service’

Single fund structure reduces administrative burden for clients

Good COP, Bad COP – what chance of climate success

With world leaders set to gather in Glasgow for COP26, Adam chats with BMO’s Climate Strategist and former Downing Street adviser Vicki Bakhshi.  Will governments commit to the actions necessary to tackle the climate crisis and limit global warming to 1.5 degrees?  And what will be the implications of policies driving the transition to net zero on our lives in the coming years?

And if you like what you hear, listen back to previous podcasts and subscribe for more!

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BMO Multi-Manager People – Navigator funds Q3 2021

 

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Multi-Manager Insights

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5 min read
November 2021

Time to prune back on fixed income?

Kelly Prior takes a closer look at fixed income – an asset class where pickings are slim, and managers are having to work harder for returns
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2 min read
November 2021

Personal Letter from Gary Potter

Gary Potter, Co-head of the Multi-Manager people team at BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA), is retiring from front-line fund management at the end of Q1 2022.
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The Gherkin skyscrapper in London
10 min read
October 2021

BMO Multi-Manager Fundwatch Q3 2021

We analyse thousands of funds each quarter – in Fund Watch we highlight the elusive few that manage to outperform on a consistent basis.
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5 min read
October 2021

Reducing risk in the portfolios

We’ve been working on de-risking our portfolios and have increased our exposure to market-neutral absolute return funds. We explain why and take a look at one of our holdings.
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4 min read
December 2021

Multi-Manager People’s Perspectives

3rd December 2021
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4 min read
September 2021

Our thoughts on UK real estate

In this third edition of the Multi-Manager People property review, it is pleasing to report the recovery in rents (and share prices) is well under way.
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