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Hansard launches Alquity Africa Fund

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Hansard International, a provider of wealth management solutions, has launched the HIL Alquity Africa Fund for new and existing clients.

The fund is an emerging markets fund that invests on a pan-African, pan-sector basis in companies operating predominately in the African continent.

The decision to select the fund for inclusion on the Hansard platform is in response to demand for emerging markets products from an international IFA audience.
 
Investors will now be able to access the fund through Hansard’s regular premium product, Universal Retirement Programme, and single premium product, Capital Builder.
 
Alquity Investment Management offers a new model for investment management built around three core principles: attractive returns, sustainable investment and transforming lives.
 
Paul Robinson, Alquity’s chairman says: “Alquity offers Hansard’s clients the chance to make attractive returns from the new emerging economies of Africa. Alquity believes its new fund offers investors returns enhanced through Alquity’s strong sustainable investment model, whilst at the same time, without reducing the investors returns, transforming the lives of some of the world’s poorest people. We are delighted that Hansard’s vision allows them to embrace Alquity’s model.”

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