London-headquartered wealth management and investment advisory firm, Plurimi, has said it will open its funds to external investors for the first time.
London-headquartered wealth management and investment advisory firm, Plurimi, has said it will open its funds to external investors, such as pension funds, family offices and private banks, for the first time.
With funds previously only available to the firm’s own wealth management clients, Plurimi’s asset management offering started in 2011 when it launched the Plurimi Aviation Leasing Fund, which buys and leases midlife aircraft to airlines in developing countries.
Since 2011, Plurimi has launched two other funds, the Plurimi Sustainable Income Fund, in March 2013, which invests in high yield debt that meets socially responsible criteria, and the Plurimi Global Opportunities Fund in September 2013, which takes a top-down macro approach to long-short equity investing.
The funds offer a “range of strategies designed to ensure consistent returns and the preservation of capital, factors that are crucial in these uncertain markets,” said Stephen Kelso, head of asset management.