There have been reports of increased fraud attempts during the Covid-19 pandemic in which investors have received direct approaches about investment opportunities from people claiming to work for genuine financial organisations. Brompton has no evidence of anyone fraudulently using its name. It is, however, important to stress that Brompton would never make cold calls or send unsolicited emails to potential investors. If you have received such an approach from someone claiming to represent Brompton, this may be an attempted fraud. Please check that any email correspondence has come from our internet domain, bromptonam.com. If you have had such an approach, please contact us either by emailing email@example.com or phoning 020 7045 0600.
Brompton Asset Management has won the 2018 Thomson Reuters Lipper UK small group award in the mixed assets class. The award recognises the achievements of Gill Lakin, Bro...Read this article
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We aim to optimise our portfolios by adjusting the percentage of each asset class with reference to the investor’s risk tolerance, goals and investment time frame, and also the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats present in the investments at any given time.
We call this approach dynamic asset allocation and we put it at the heart of our investment process.
Our dynamic asset allocation strategy makes sure we invest to gain exposure to specific asset categories, geographic regions, industry sectors and investment themes, investing globally in all major asset classes.
We monitor information and data from many sources and at many levels to aim actively to keep investments on course to meet or exceed investors’ expectations.