Titan Asset Management has launched a global equities focused fund targeting both capital growth and income.
The IFSL Titan Equity Growth Fund will be at least 80% invested in global equities, while the remaining slice of the portfolio will be allocated to other asset classes including fixed income and real assets.
Titan said the actively-managed fund’s investment process will focus on quality, growth and cash flow valuations.
Titan chief investment officer John Leiper (pictured), said: “We believe that an actively managed, globally allocated portfolio combining high quality bottom-up equity research with a top-down global macro-outlook is well placed to outperform a traditional active manager. We are excited to bring this new fund to the market to leverage the best-of-both approaches.”
Titan Asset Management will undertake trading in ETFs, while Titan Wealth subsidiary Global Prime Partners will be responsible for trading equities.
The fund adds to the firm’s existing stable of strategies, which includes the Acumen Portfolios and an MPS range.
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