It's time to Redefine Value

CT Universal MAP
0.29% OCF capped

At CT, we’re challenging the status quo. We’re not prepared to accept that low cost multi-asset solutions have to be limited and passive.

Make no mistake, we know price is important because it can have a significant impact on returns. But, in challenging times, we think value needs to mean much more.
0.29% OCF capped

How CT Universal MAP is Re-defining Value

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Low cost & active

Universal MAP is fully active at a groundbreaking capped OCF of 0.29%.

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A range of solutions

A range of 6 risk controlled funds covering growth and income needs with a 3 year track record.

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Product suitability

MAP is aligned to all the key regulatory initiatives, making it ideal for your Centralised Investment Proposition (CIP).

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Responsible

All our ranges have ESG processes as standard, but Sustainable Universal MAP has a more focused responsible approach.

We believe you and your clients deserve more, so if you want to join us in Redefining Value – choose Universal MAP
The value of investments and any income derived from them can go down as well as up as a result of market or currency movements and investors may not get back the original amount invested.

Why CT for low-cost multi-asset

CT Universal MAP redefines value through active multi-asset solutions and business support at a passive price point. Fund OCFs at 0.29%-0.39%.

Our Thinking

17 June 2024

Elections, interest rates and markets

A record year for elections – but what do they mean for markets?
Watch time - 6 min
11 June 2024

The snap election could put QE losses back in focus

With Bank of England quantitative easing losses dwarfing those of other central banks, expect a new government to start asking tough questions.
Watch time - 4 min
5 June 2024

Are we heading for the Goldilocks scenario?

The difficult economic balance of “not too hot, not too cold” needs inflation to fall to target while the economy keeps growing, allowing for rate cuts. Here’s why we think it could happen
Read time - 6 min