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What is multi-manager investment?

Multi-manager investment

An investment product consisting of multiple funds managed by different specialists. This enables even small-scale investors to achieve a diversified portfolio.

Where have you heard about multi-manager investment?

Multi-manager funds are often marketed as a ‘one-stop-shop’, particularly for investors with small amounts of money who prefer to outsource some of their decision-making.

What you need to know about multi-manager investment.

The theory behind multi-manager investment is that individual investment managers are not specialists in all markets and will not be successful all the time. By investing in multiple funds or managers, multi-manager investments provide an opportunity to achieve diversity through purchasing a single product.

There are two types of multi-manager investment funds:

Although multi-manager investment funds can help diversify small investment portfolios, the management fees are often higher than a fund managed by a single person.

Find out more about multi-manager investment.

Read more about the details of multi-manager investment in our guides to fund of funds and manager of managers investments.

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