A fusion of passive and active funds within a tactically traded portfolio service designed for diversity, growth and risk control.
Our unique, tactically managed portfolio service is conceived to help protect investment and pension portfolios from large stock market falls, mitigate sequence of returns risk and reduce volatility allowing investors greater confidence in consistent returns.
Our five Fusion portfolios bring together low-cost index-tracking funds and leading active fund managers covering major markets and sectors not often covered by mainstream index-tracker funds. This portfolio range is aimed to achieve diversity, growth and risk control by smoothing longer term returns which will allow Financial Advisers to plan with greater accuracy and confidence. Our portfolios are designed to assist in an efficient, reliable, low-cost accumulation investment and pension strategy.
Smoother long-term returns, supporting more accurate cash flow modelling.
A strategy focused on diversified capital growth.
Avoiding maximum drawdown
Protecting investment and pension assets in times of market stress.
- Focuses on growth and capital preservation
- Reduces Volatility
- Smooths long-term returns supporting more accurate cash flow modelling
- Diversified assets in active and passive funds
- Reduces maximum drawdown
- Protects assets in times of market stress
At any one time, based upon our tactical trading signals, each Fusion portfolio may hold an equity allocation between the published maximum and nil.
Tomiko EvansChief Investment Officer
The predicament faced by income seeking investors is downside sequence of returns risk and the potential impact this has on future capital values and income withdrawals.
A very real danger to long-term income investors is the potential damaging impact of early falls in a pension fund value causing a reduction in long-term capital values, also known as sequence of returns risk. This impact is magnified when income withdrawals are needed creating a ‘double’ fall in values. Research into sequencing risk shows that an early fall in an investment creates a long-term impact on capital values which can aff ect the long-term viability of income withdrawals. Also during decumulation, the process of selling the underlying assets for income when the market is falling has a greater impact on the reduction of the underlying capital.
The Crossing Point Fusion portfolios seek to minimise sequence of returns risk, volatility and maximum drawdowns by smoothing long-term returns through the combined use of asset allocation and trend-following tactical trading. This double layer of volatility control allows financial advisers to plan ahead with greater accuracy over future returns.
Crossing Point Fusion strategies are designed to protect capital values of income paying portfolios allowing retired investors to take an income from a portfolio with greater confidence.