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Aviva’s expanding investment proposition is designed to accommodate the needs of the majority of your clients. Our ambition to be the ‘go-to’ provider for your clients’ investments goes beyond the provision of investment options. Instead, we aim to deliver practical help so you can incorporate investment solutions into your central investment propositions; providing topical insight to help ensure your client offering stands up to changing economic and regulatory pressures.

We’ve invited experts from across the industry to provide opinion and insight on key themes that will affect and help shape your central investment proposition (CIP).

Over the coming weeks this site will play host to contributions from a range of specialists examining this theme, giving you topical and relevant information. This, combined with the breadth of our proposition and enhanced research capabilities, means you need look no further to help optimise your investment offering to clients.

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Risk-target funds: Aviva Investors

By employing the services of specialist investment managers, advisers can attempt to ensure clients are at all times taking an appropriate amount of risk in order to maximise the chances of their investment goals being met.

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Model portfolios and your central investment proposition: Aviva

Model portfolios can be a real asset in helping to ensure a consistent approach in investment advice.

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Doing Right by your clients: PFS

There is now an overwhelming choice of increasingly sophisticated investment solutions and it is no mean feat for advisers to choose the blend that has the best chance of matching each clients needs, in a cost effective way.

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DFM due diligence for advisers: AKG

In a market experiencing great change, due diligence will increase in importance and is something which needs to be done when first identifying and selecting DFM partners and then revisited on a regular basis.

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Things that make you go ‘wow!’: The Lang Cat

One of the big shifts in adviser practise over recent years has been to the notion of a centralised investment proposition, usually delivered to clients via the use of model portfolios on platform. That’s all well and good for accumulation, what about withdrawals?

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