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The Aberdeen Standard Capital Managed Portfolio Service (MPS) offers your clients a range of portfolio strategies with a choice of management styles and risk levels. With MPS, choosing the right investment options for your clients couldn’t be simpler.

Our Managed Portfolio Service can:

  • save you time – removes the need to continually monitor investments and realign portfolios, as well as the associated administration
  • improve your efficiency – allows you to spend more time with your clients, less on admin
  • mitigate risk to your business – outsource the investment decisions to us
  • respond faster to changes in the market – managed by experts whose single focus is to monitor and respond to market events and changing economic conditions
  • provide access to global investment and research capabilities - MPS is powered by the combined investment expertise and extensive resources of Aberdeen Standard Capital and Aberdeen Standard Investments*
  • offer broader investment opportunities - your clients can access the same investment approaches used in Aberdeen Standard Capital's full discretionary service.

* Aberdeen Standard Investments is a brand of the investment businesses of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life Investments. Aberdeen Standard Capital is part of the Standard Life Investments group.

You are the client

By delegating your day-to-day investment management responsibilities to our experts, you become the client and you’ll benefit from all the expertise and support that brings.

Our portfolios can only be accessed through independent financial advisers and we never deal with your clients directly – meaning you are always in control of your client relationships.

How to access

Our Managed Portfolio Service can be accessed on the Standard Life Wrap platform as well as third party providers.

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As with any investment, the value of your client's portfolio can go up or down, and may be worth less than they originally invested. Past performance is not a guide to future.