UK-based fintech agency Nutmeg introduced on Wednesday it has joined forces with JP Morgan Asset Administration to launch Good Alpha portfolios. Nutmeg reported that Good Alpha portfolios are underpinned by it and J.P. Morgan Asset Administration’s shared dedication to sustainable investing.
“Today, Nutmeg and J.P. Morgan Asset Management have joined forces to create a truly pioneering product that builds on both our core strengths: Nutmeg’s technology and digital experience and J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s market insights and deep research expertise. The result of this new synergy is a product that sits at the intersection of passive and active management.”
Nutmeg additionally revealed that the porfolios are designed with the potential to obtain alpha (returns above the market) for shoppers in 3 ways:
- Using J.P. Morgan Asset Administration’s multi-asset specialists, a workforce with a 50-year historical past of investing for establishments and professionals worldwide. These specialists inform Good Alpha portfolios’ long-term (strategic) asset allocation.
- Good Alpha portfolios have the flexibility to be versatile round this long-term asset allocation, permitting us to handle threat and seize alternatives at completely different levels of the market cycle.
- Nutmeg and J.P. Morgan Asset Administration have added to those capabilities a method to make sensible safety choices inside lively exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
Nutmeg went on so as to add:
“Smart Alpha portfolios represent an evolution in investing because it brings together Nutmeg’s technology with J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s research intelligence, and combines this partnership in a product that uses both active and passive ETFs with the aim of achieving market-beating returns.”
As beforehand reported, Nutmeg is described because the UK’s first on-line “discretionary investment management company.”
“Nutmeg is changing the way people manage their money. Specializing in investments, ISAs and pensions, our online investment management service is intelligent, straightforward and fair.”