Solutions investing across multiple asset classes to achieve an optimal balance of risk and return.

Clients’ objectives can rarely be met by investing in a single asset class. Instead, a portfolio that actively invests across multiple asset classes has more sources of potential return, can better adapt to changing market conditions and can diversify portfolio risk for a better overall experience.

Our multi-asset experts are supported by over 1,000* asset class specialists around the world, maintaining deep and continuous insight into equities, fixed income, real estate and alternatives. Our collaborative team ethos ensures insight is fully and effectively shared so we can create outcome-focused portfolios comprising the most compelling opportunities we can find across markets and asset classes.

*Source: Aberdeen Standard Investments, 30 June 2018

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Key Benefits

Direct targeting of client specific goals

We support a spectrum of multi-asset strategies to target client goals and risk-reward requirements. These include diversified assets, absolute return, enhanced diversification, tactical asset allocation and traditional balanced solutions – all of which can be customised to meet specific client needs.

Consistency across the economic cycle

With flexibility to invest across an exceptionally broad range of asset classes, geographies and instruments our strategies can adapt to, and anticipate, changes in the economic climate, delivering a more consistent outcome.

A smoother investment journey

Our genuinely diversified portfolios spread risk to deliver a more predictable outcome, while our forward-looking risk management aims to provide a smoother investment journey.

Funds in focus

Exceptionally diversified solutions  to allow investors to diversify risk and optimise investment opportunity
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