What is multi-asset investing?

Multi-asset funds are able to invest across the investment horizon and can be made of equities, bonds, cash and other investment vehicles. This can provide a potentially greater degree of diversification than investing in a single asset class.

An ongoing evolution

Multi-asset investing has developed significantly over the years. No longer is it just about blending equities and bonds but instead encompasses a wide variety of asset classes, such as commodities and even derivatives.

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Hans Stoter, Global Head of AXA IM Core.
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