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Friday, March 29, 2019

The Alpha is in the Advice
International and UK Adviser Events in March 2019

Pacific Asset Management was delighted in March to sponsor the International Adviser Multi-Asset Master Class Event in Dubai then host a UK Adviser Breakfast in London.

Insourcing not outsourcing
With the continued industrialisation of the asset management industry, where much of the alpha for clients is in the advice, both events gave us the opportunity to explain to advisers why Pacific Asset Management believes asset managers must differentiate themselves and demonstrate true value. Should it be more about solutions, not products and insourcing rather than outsourcing?

Pacific Adviser Solutions  
Pacific Adviser Solutions provides advisers with added value through access to tools and investment expertise that allows their firms to enhance their technology, risk oversight, suitability, performance reporting, portfolio construction and rebalancing functionality. This helps advisers to continue to generate alpha for clients through their advice – while driving value into their own business and the solutions they provide to their clients.

To find out more or to speak to one of the team please get in touch.

 




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