The Fairtree Flexible Balanced Prescient Fund was launched in June 2013
The Fairtree Flexible Balanced Prescient Fund is an actively managed multi asset class fund. The fund aims to provide a moderate risk and return profile, from a diversified and balanced range of asset classes. The fund targets an annualized return of inflation (CPI) plus 5% over a rolling three year period.
This is achieved through active asset allocation and blending together a collection of the best Fairtree strategies into a diversified portfolio. The portfolio has a long-term focus and invests predominately in domestic securities while a foreign exposure of up to 25% is allowed. CIS DISCLOSURE
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