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A presence centred on London and a global investment outlook. Some might think we’ve got it the wrong way around but we think we’re correct and on the money. So how does it work?
In 2004, 7IM took the radical step of placing all its individual holdings into a single unit trust structure. We did this for a number of reasons.
How challenging conventional wisdom may help you meet your retirement goals in a changing world.
Radical Common Sense...
...aiming to manage money to an expected return...
...being clear about what we'll charge...
...being careful on cost and big on service...
...talking in plain English...
...common sense is suprisingly hard to find. So we call it radical common sense.
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