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The first client to sign on to the new Attribution Managed Investment Trusts (AMITs) regime has wasted no time in grasping the opportunity the new regime presents; greater product flexibility coupled with a more competitive position for the fund to compete internationally, and far greater access to Asian markets.

“We’ve seen the first client, a global fixed interest fund, move quickly once the regime was enacted on 1 July,” said Harvey Kalman, Executive General Manager, Corporate Trustee Services, Equity Trustees.

Read the full Media Release here.