CPN Funds2024-03-26T15:08:26+00:00

CPN Funds

At CPN we run 2 Multi-Asset funds (each with over 5000 underlying holdings).

Our Funds

At CPN we manage a range of modern multi-asset funds. This includes both an equity-based and a bond-based multi-asset vehicle. To create our MPS risk-rated portfolios, we blend our two multi-asset funds in different proportions to create risk-rated portfolios from Very Conservative up to Adventurous.

IFSL CPN Global Opportunities Fund

GLOBAL EQUITIES

The CPN Global Opportunities Fund invests entirely in globally diversified equity holdings.

The fund will look for high-growth opportunities in both the UK and international markets. This includes both geographic allocations, and also thematic opportunities such as technology and healthcare.

IFSL CPN Defensive Strategy Fund

GLOBAL BONDS & ALTERNATIVES

The CPN Defensive Strategy is a fund looking for cautious growth through exposure to fixed income and alternative assets.

The fund mostly invests in government and corporate bonds, looking at varying yields, dates, and links to inflation. Some of the fund is also allocated to alternative asset classes like commodities and money market funds.

IFSL CPN Global Opportunities Fund

GLOBAL EQUITIES

The CPN Global Opportunities Funds invests entirely in globally diversified equity holdings.

The fund will look for high-growth opportunities in both the UK and international markets. This includes both geographic allocations, and also thematic opportunities such as technology and healthcare.

IFSL CPN Defensive Strategies Fund

GLOBAL BONDS

The CPN Defensive Strategy is a fund looking for cautious growth through exposure to fixed income and alternative assets.

The fund mostly invests in government and corporate bonds, looking at varying yields, dates, and links to inflation. Some of the fund is also allocated to alternative asset classes like commodities and money market funds.

Recent Insights

Read the latest market insights from the CPN Investment Team and how our fund management is optimizing returns for clients in the market.

World Market Review May 2024

The old adage to "sell in May and go away" didn't hold up in 2024, as stocks and bonds delivered positive returns in the month. The gains were driven by expectations that the inflation path would enable central banks

World Market Review April 2024

"A whiff of stagflation" is how one City insider described the recent economic data coming out of the US. GDP growth came in weaker than expected, while inflation ticked up to 3.5%. The implication of higher interest rates and

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