Cerno Capital Partners joins Suggestus Research Platform

Source: Asset Risk

Investment management boutique Cerno Capital Partners LLP (“Cerno”), which manages the assets of individuals, families, charities and wealth managers, confirmed today that it has signed up for the ARC’s “Suggestus” research platform.

Commenting on the development, James Spence, managing partner of Cerno, said: “Our core investment approach derives from a flexible mind-set, backed up by a disciplined process, applied globally. We believe that Cerno Capital’s flexible investment proposition is relevant to a broad investor base. To that end we are delighted to be joining ARC’s Suggestus platform as it will represent our core proposition as an appealing solution.”

Suggestus is a web-based solution, providing private client advisers with structured research on discretionary investment managers. Suggestus informs the process of selection and review. It offers a solution to private client advisers who wish to demonstrate a documented manager selection process with a verifiable audit trail.

Daniel Hurdley, ARC’s Head of Research: “We are delighted to welcome Cerno as the latest firm to join the Suggestus community. Regulatory requirements, due diligence, directorial and trustee liability, as well as the long overdue focus on transparency, are increasingly important factors in the financial services sector. Suggestus answers the questions “how do you choose an investment manager?” and more importantly, “why did you choose that manager?””
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