Secure Wealth Management is a specialist provider of low-cost, globally diversified, actively managed portfolios consisting entirely of ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds). We aim to be a premier provided in this space globally.
Secure Wealth Management (SWM) provides forward-looking portfolio solutions to Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs), Independent Asset Managers (IAMs), financial planners and family offices. We are able to pay upfront commission and ongoing retrocessions where appropriate. Alternatively we can provide “clean” pricing starting from just 50bp annual portfolio management fee.
SWM offers 5 multi-asset portfolios consisting entirely of highly-liquid ETFs. Two of our portfolios are supplied by iShares / BlackRock as part of our partnership arrangement. The five ETF portfolios are graded across the client risk spectrum. The ETF portfolios provide a cost-effective and completely transparent solution for a client’s core portfolio requirements. All of SWM’s portfolios offer complete flexibility to clients, who can encash their portfolios in 24 hours without penalty.
The world of financial advice is changing. Advisers will be paid separately by clients, and will seek to minimise product costs. SWM offers an ideal solution for tomorrow’s financial adviser.
SWM’s portfolios are available as Swiss-issued Managed Certificates (with Swiss ISIN), alternatively individually-managed client accounts are available, using the client’s chosen custodian bank.
We have been running our ETF portfolios for over five years, delivering strong returns both in absolute and risk-adjusted terms. Our asset selection is based on a blend of fundamental analysis and proprietary technical indicators. Quantitative risk management is the cornerstone of SWM’s investment process, including inputs supplied by Financial Network Analytics, SWM’s strategic partner for risk management.
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We make our five ETF portfolios available to investors in two forms: