Tomorrow adds three new pension funds

14 August 2007
Post-retirement specialist firm Tomorrow has announced the arrival of three new funds to its pension portfolio.

The company has added two Fidelity International funds and one Invesco Perpetual fund to its platform, reserving particular praise for the Fidelity Multi-Asset Strategic Fund, which it called a key addition.

Ray Chinn, product design manager for pensions at the firm, commented that the organisation was glad to be able to offer the new funds to investors.

He added that Tomorrow now has an expansive range of options to suit any customer.

"We strongly believe that through our internal funds, external fund links and links with Fidelity FundsNetwork and Discretionary Management partners through our SIPP wrapper, we offer advisers a highly attractive range of investment choices," Mr Chinn said.

On its company website, Tomorrow claims that the firm goes back as far as 1896.

It has previously been known as GE Life and National Mutual.

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