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Advantages of a Hybrid Solution over Robo

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Advantages of a Hybrid Solution over Robo

Posted on June 21, 2018

George Higginson, joint MD of Alpha Beta Partners, was interviewed by Citywire Wealth Manager magazine about ABP’s ‘hybrid approach’ to Discretionary Fund Management.

As part of a team with an average of 30 years’ experience per director, George explained how the ABP portfolio management system has combined the advantages of cutting-edge technology and ‘real’ people working together for everybody’s benefit. Clients mostly fit into two groups: smaller IFAs and large IFAs. The Alpha Beta proposition offers different levels to suit each client.

Major institutional platforms are available and new platforms are being added as required. However, there is no commitment to use our platforms if a client is happy where they are. ABP offers a flexible, tailored solution for IFAs.

“Robo Feels Like Today’s Dotcom Boom” can be found on citywire.co.uk/WM. Contact us if you’d like to be a partner: email info@alphabetapartners.co.uk or telephone head office on 0207 290 9490.

 

 

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