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Simon Evan-Cook believes so in his latest Citywire column
In light of the introduction of consumer duty, Evan-Cook, Manager of the VT Downing Fox Funds range, presents a compelling argument in favour of funds of funds.
In his regular Citywire column, he discusses his rationale for favouring a funds of funds approach over discretionary fund management or model portfolio services. Some of the key takeaways include:
- Management: they are simpler, easier, and better for holders and advisers
- Consumer duty: unexpected capital gains tax liabilities for some clients
- Fair treatment: the funds of funds model focuses on investment fundamentals and not personal tax implications
- Funds of funds are easy to compare - creating healthy competition
Evan-Cook commented “They (funds of funds) were invented a few decades back to solve a host of problems that come from owning a portfolio of funds directly, and they still do that.
I could pretend to lay down a balanced list of pros and cons for all the options, but I won’t insult your intelligence. I manage funds of funds and I write a column called Fund of Funds Insider, so guess what? I think funds of funds are the best bet.
You get all of the diversification, but with a fraction of the hassle.”
*The original column was published on Citywire: Simon Evan-Cook: Time to look again at funds of funds (citywire.com)
VT Downing Fox Funds Range
Downing launched the VT Downing Fox Funds range in June of this year. The new multi-asset range, designed specifically for UK financial advisers, consists of four funds of funds that differ by the amount they hold in equities: 40%, 60%, 80% and 100%.
Discover the range.
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