UMA Portfolios, Backed By A Strong Investment Process
Spend less time sorting, blending, and monitoring investment strategies, and more time cultivating stronger client relationships—without sacrificing investment quality.
Portfolios For The Growth-Oriented Advisor
Are you interested in delivering well-diversified UMA investment portfolios to clients, but struggling to find the time to design, implement, and manage them across your business?
In growing advisory firms, there are only so many aspects of the investment experience you can manage, effectively.
To help you maintain your focus and enable growth, we offer turnkey UMA portfolios that embody our unique three-mandate investment approach—Market Cycle Advised Mandates.
Market Cycle Advised Mandates
The Market Cycle Advised Mandates span five standardized risk profiles, with a blend of 7–12 actively managed mutual funds and ETFs, to accommodate your full spectrum of clients.
Market Cycle Advised Mandates feature a collaborative management structure. While you align clients to the model that best suits their investment needs and preferences, our internal Investment Committee and Investment Strategy Research Group selects, manages, and oversees investment allocations.
Implementing and managing turnkey UMA portfolios across your book of business allows you to:
- Promote underlying investment quality and consistency, with objective fund vetting and monitoring
- Reduce administrative burden, with active portfolio management and oversight support
- Deliver portfolios that align with investor objectives, with models that embody our unique three-mandate investment process
- Support consistent and manageable investment experience across your book, with models segmented across five risk profiles
- Remain competitive in the market, with $0 platform and strategist fees for households over $75,000*
*Households under $75,000 will incur a $90 annual minimum fee, per account
We’re eager to help.
Ready to streamline the delivery and management of UMA portfolios across your book of business?