AMP Capital has launched an SMSF-focused “investment series”, in an attempt to put selected managed funds on the radar of SMSF trustees.
AMP Capital has flagged its Wholesale Australian Property Fund and Corporate Bond Fund as investments that “will appeal to SMSF investors”.
“We believe that as a leading fund manager with specialist capabilities we are in an excellent position to help SMSF investors meet their investment goals,” AMP Capital’s head of SMSF, Tim Keegan, told SMSF Adviser.
“The SMSF sector is the largest and fastest growing in the market and we recognise that these investors have specific investment outcomes they want to achieve.
“We’ve recognised that SMSFs want better access to managed funds, including ease and accessibility of entry.”
AMP Capital has reduced the minimum investment for the Wholesale Australian Property Fund to $10,000 and said the Corporate Bond Fund “will suit investors whose goals aren’t being met through cash and term deposits”.
“As a leading fund manager with a focus on providing investment solutions to meet specific needs, we will continue to build on these more specialist product offerings to meet the needs of the SMSF investor as the sector continues to grow,” Mr Keegan said.
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