SMSF service provider OneVue has announced there are now an additional seven investment managers using its responsible entity (RE) services.
OneVue RE services has launched or transitioned seven new funds: Clime International, Sanlam Reitway Global Fund, China AMC China Opportunities, 188 Universal Bond Fund, NWQ Fiduciary Fund, YBR Protected Equities Fund and Tyche Growth Fund.
OneVue head of investment management Alex Wise said OneVue is expecting further funds to join its services before Christmas and into the New Year.
“More funds are coming to market outside the traditional sphere and we are seeing more demand for international strategies and also alternative investments,” said Mr Wise.
“We believe this demand for alternative products is firmly linked to market volatility and investors seeking lower risk, alpha style opportunities, whilst investing outside of Australia has been driven by attractive opportunities and valuations in certain markets.”
Mr Wise also noted that OneVue was seeing further activity within the significant investor visa (SIV) sector.
“We are known in the market for dealing only with high quality SIV funds and we have added further funds to the 188 Universal Platform we administer,” he said.
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