When reviewing multi-asset funds it can be difficult where to place them. Some may consider them as a means of passing on the investment management to a third party but in doing this is doesn’t absolve investors of researching all the different options in the market.
Two things which strike me with the Hawksmoor Multi-Asset Funds are firstly the range of assets they use within the funds (for example, OEICS and Investment Trusts) and secondly the low volatility. The second is important because we would place the performance against a global ETF and on paper it isn’t that special. But actually the two are not the same and the volatility is just one measure which might appeal to investors.