Saunderson House join ARC’s PCI June 2014

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12 June 2014


Saunderson House announces it has become an associate member of Asset Risk Consultants (ARC) Private Client Indices (PCI).

Christopher Sexton, Investment Director of Saunderson House comments: “Associate membership of ARC PCI underlines the credibility of our investment proposition by providing authoritative, third party performance data for clients, prospects and peers. It also demonstrates Saunderson House’s commitment to visibility and transparency in performance reporting.”

Graham Harrison, Group Managing Director of Asset Risk Consultants (ARC) added: “We are delighted that Saunderson House have joined the PCIs. They have added high quality performance data to our unrivalled database of private client portfolio performance. Saunderson House has a strong investment process that fits well within ARC’s robust methodology and focus on believable and reliable data.”

See full news release here.

 



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