We take a different approach to equity investing. We choose some of our top rated managers who only select their top 10-20 global equity ideas. This forms our compilation of each manager's favorite investment hits. By approaching equity investing differently, we seek to deliver higher returns, a better chance of reaching investment goals at a reasonable cost by benefiting from our scale.
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