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Slater Investments has changed the name of the Slater Pension fund to become the MFM Slater Growth fund.
By Charlotte Banks, Analyst Monday May 24, 2010
Slater Investments is targeting retail investors through the rebranding of its Slater Pension fund, which has become the MFM Slater Growth fund.
The fund has modified its focus to a pure growth strategy, but will remain primarily invested in UK equities. The fund’s investment objective is to achieve long term capital appreciation through the application of the company’s particular investment style, which uses a price to earnings growth ratio (PEG) as a primary valuation tool.
Chief investment officer and manager of the fund Mark Slater, who is also rated a Trustnet Alpha Manager, says: “The change of fund name reflects a sharpening of the investment remit. The fund invests in fast-growing, dynamic companies which we believe are undervalued. We are large investors in the fund ourselves and we will be increasing our investment further. In rebranding the fund, Slater Investments as a whole is moving back to its roots; we have traditionally pursued a pure growth orientated strategy.”
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