Articles - Architas funds now available on Zurich platform


 Architas has today announced that its range of active, passive and blended risk-rated investment funds, income generating funds and specialist funds are now available on the Zurich retail platform.

  With more than £12bn assets under management and advice Architas is seeking to make its funds available to the widest range of advisers and clients.

 The Architas funds are now available on a broad range of platforms, including Aegon, Cofunds, FundsNetwork, Transact, Nucleus, Novia, Ascentric, 7IM, Sippcentre, Hargreaves Lansdown Vantage and Standard Life, in addition to the AXA Wealth Elevate platform.

 Cedric Bucher, head of business development, Architas, says: "The Architas fund range appeals to advisers thanks to their fit with RDR requirements and focus on the end-to-end investment process, from risk profiling to rebalancing. This investment process gives advisers the tools to select the most appropriate funds from the multi-asset active, passive, blended, income or specialist fund ranges. We are pleased to be working with Zurich to meet the growing demand from consumers for this range of options."

 Mark Peters, head of retail wealth propositions, Zurich said: "Our strategy is to ensure we offer a wide range of investment solutions to meet the needs of advisers and their customers'. This latest addition of the Architas funds further enhances the range of risk targeted funds available on our platform.

 "We already offer around 4,500 mutual funds, investment trusts, ETFs and equities on our platform. Our capability to offer the Architas fund range further reinforces the strength and variety of our proposition." 

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