Geneva Seminar Series: Low-Cost Strategies for International Investors



Low Cost Strategies for International Investors – A Seminar for Geneva Expats

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The FCA in the UK recently revealed that 87% of active funds failed to meet their performance benchmark over the last year – adding fuel to the argument that traditional asset managers are failing their clients.

Actively managed UK equity funds on average delivered a return of 11.2 per cent last year, just under 6 percentage points lower than the 17.1 per cent return enjoyed by the UK equity index calculated by S&P.

In the same period our Next Generation Morningstar Growth Fund delivered 28.5% return.

If you haven;t made the move to passive strategies – do it now.  We have created five strategies exclusively for our clients that are highly suited for Retirement Savers, and we have already created nearly 10 million GBP in profit for our clients in the last 12 months.

Our managed strategies offer:

  • Low Cost
  • Passive Investment Models
  • Bespoke Portfolios created in partnership with Morningstar
  • Performance!

Register for our upcoming seminar where will provide an in-depth discussion on low cost, passive investment strategies for International Investors.  Topics to be covered include:

  • Forth Capital’s Award-Winning Low Cost Investment Strategies
  • Passive vs Active Investing
  • Beating the Market
  • Forth Capital’s Investment Approach
  • Re-Balancing Portfolios
  • Risk Profiling
Audrey has over 20 years experience in financial services building strong trusted client relationships. She moved to Switzerland with her family in 2012, which has provided a personal understanding of the requirements of expatriates.

DATE: Tuesday 13th June 2017
VENUE: Forth Capital, Boulevard des Philosophes 26, 1205 Geneva
TIME: Doors open at 6pm. Seminar begins at 6:30pm

Includes Complimentary Refreshments 

**This seminar is free to attend but registration is required. Please fill the form below to register online.


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