The Federation of European Independent Financial Advisers said the partnership will provide its members with access to both specialist boutique asset managers and institutional managers not typically available to the retail market.
Simon Pinner, sales director at SEI said: “We believe that we have a unique approach, where success is measured against a range of investor goals, not against benchmarks alone.
“The Strategic Portfolios range from defensive to aggressive and are designed to match individual financial objectives, such as university fees, second home purchase, retirement and such like.”
FEIFA is a non-profit trade association for English-speaking IFAs based or operating on the European mainland, launched in August 2009.
It has 35 member companies operating in more than 25 European countries.
The organisation now has partnerships with more than 40 companies.
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