The Federation of European Independent Financial Advisers has agreed a ‘partnership’ deal with Mansard Capital Management, a specialist investment manager specialising in multi asset investments, discretionary management services and alternative investment funds.
The deal is aimed at enabling clients of FEIFA members to have access to Mansard’s “innovative” investment options, according to FEIFA chief executive Paul Stanfield explained.
“We felt that it was a good fit with our existing affiliations.”
Daniel McGonigle, head of international business at Mansard, will oversee the firm’s relationship with FEIFA, according to a statement.
Mansard said it has two basic products for the overseas market: Daily-traded, multi-asset UCITS funds that it said can form part of a core holding within clients’ portfolios, and a “London development fund” that is a joint-venture with Sellar Developments, which was involved in the London skyscraper known as The Shard.
Mansard Capital Management is authorised and regulated by the Maltese Financial Services Authority, while Mansard Capital LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales, and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority, according to the company’s website.
FEIFA is a non-profit trade organisation representing English-speaking advisory businesses active in Europe.