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In-line with our promise of giving you the best Mutual Fund Investment UAE to invest in every year for Dubai andAbu Dhabi, Expat Wealth Care has released its portfolio of recommended mutual funds to invest in 2017.
What’s changed from the 2016 portfolio?
Expat Wealth Care has many strategic relationships with financial institutions and investment companies, subsequently enabling us to provide access to a plethora of investment opportunities in the form of Mutual Funds UAE, Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s) and Direct Equitie.
We work closely with JP Morgan, Fidelity, Schroder, Vanguard, PIMCO, Morgan Stanley, Templeton, INVESCO and Hannaford Genuity Wealth Management to name a few.
How are these funds selected?
We follow a rule based, scientific approach to select Mutual Funds Dubai which helps us shortlist a curated set of funds from the universe of 3000+ equity mutual funds alone. Expat Wealth Care has a firm understanding of the markets and the investments that are available to us. With this in mind, we offer an average return of 7-8% per annum. So whether you are looking to plan for retirement, save for your children’s education or simply have an existing portfolio or a cash lump sum in your bank account, we are able to offer the solution that meets your needs.
Debt/Tax saving funds to invest in 2017:
We also have a scientifically selected portfolio of Tax Saving (ELSS) and Debt funds for you to choose from based on your requirements. Furthermore, we offer our client’s access to our Private Client Portal which offers real time valuations. The Portal also offers a handful of analytical tools which only enhances the review of performance even more so. The Portal is linked to every major financial institution as well as Trust Net Offshore, to provide the most accurate information on a daily basis. If you would like some investment vehicles guidance or would like an impartial view on what you already have in place, please feel free to get in touch with us.
We recommend the following related reading:
- Performance of our mutual funds portfolio
- Why Is Expat Wealth Care Recommending Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s)? Click here for our FAQ on Portfolio Change