TIME Investments (“TIME”), which specialises in asset-backed and income producing funds across real estate, infrastructure, renewable energy and lending, has appointed Victoria Barber as Head of Strategic Partnerships.
Victoria joins TIME from LGT Vestra where she was Business Development Director – UK and European Distribution, having previously spent over four years with Octopus Investments where she had a primary focus on developing and maintaining strategic relationships with financial advice networks, wealth managers, and professional bodies.
In her new role, she will be responsible for TIME’s relationships with its strategic partners, establishing new distribution channels for its products, supporting the growth of the business and helping to add value to advisers and their clients.
Nigel Ashfield, Managing Director of TIME Investments said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Victoria to the TIME Investments team. Her strong background and expertise are crucial to our success as we continue to build our relationships with our wealth management partners and pursue our growth ambitions.
Commenting on her appointment, Victoria Barber said: “TIME has built a very strong reputation amongst the adviser community for its expertise and consistent products. Its funds provide a degree of certainty when it comes to income generation, are more relevant than ever, presenting an exciting opportunity for advisers and their clients.”
TIME offers a range of income-generating real asset funds, including the recently launched TIME:Property Long Income & Growth, an innovative hybrid property fund which combines a portfolio of primarily UK listed real estate securities and directly held long income properties in defensive and economically sustainable sectors. It is designed to provide investors with a consistent and attractive level of income – and capital growth prospects.
The Fund has been launched to provide investors with an alternative way of gaining exposure to the real estate market, with a greater level of liquidity than a fund of solely directly held properties and lower volatility than a portfolio of just listed real estate securities. TIME:Property Long Income & Growth also seeks to provide a degree of inflation protection and an attractive diversification opportunity against a portfolio of wider equities.
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Important information: Issued in the UK by TIME Investments (`TIME’) which is the trading name of Alpha Real Property Investment Advisers LLP (`Alpha’) a subsidiary of Alpha Real Capital LLP, both of which are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. ARC TIME Property Long Income and Growth PAIF (the “Fund” or “TIME:Property Long Income and Growth”). is a sub-fund of ARC TIME:Funds II, an umbrella company authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a Non-UCITS Retail Scheme (“NURS”). Please note there is no guarantee that the investment objectives of the Fund will be achieved. The value of investments and the income from them may fall as well as rise as a result of fluctuations in market, currency or other factors and investors may not get back the original amount invested. TIME may source data from third party data providers but accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy of data. Applications for shares in the Fund can only be made via an Application Form after reviewing the Key Investor Information Document (“KIID”) and the Prospectus and investors should carefully read the risk warnings contained within. All documentation is available on request. This document does not constitute investment or tax advice and potential investors are required to seek professional advice before investing. Specific Fund Information: The underlying investments in the Fund consist wholly or substantially of real property or shares; the value of the real property concerned will generally be a matter of valuer’s opinion rather than fact; under certain market conditions investors seeking to redeem their holdings may experience significant restrictions or delays. Achieving the Fund’s investment objective will depend on a wide range of factors relating to the wider economy, regulations or specifically to property companies and bonds into which the Fund invests. There may be limited diversification across sectors and assets. In addition, the value of any investment in equity markets is volatile and the Fund’s share price may be volatile due to movements in the prices of the underlying equity and fixed interest security holdings. Fund Status: The Fund is a Non-UCITS Retail Scheme within the meaning of the rules contained in the Collective Investment Schemes Sourcebook (the FCA Regulations) published by the FCA as part of their Handbook of rules made under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (the Act). All information correct as of October 2021.
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