Apostle Asset Management director Greg Johnson, whose company distributes Dundas' funds in Australia, said the Scottish manager is an "attractive option for investors looking for a high quality global equities offering in either the accumulation or retirement sectors".
"It offers lower volatility, a dual focus on capital and income growth and is a cost-effective addition to a portfolio," Mr Johnson said.
Dundas chief executive Alan McFarlane said he was impressed with the research the industry fund client had put into Dundas' investment strategy and process since first meeting in 2012.
"Further, the client has thought hard about its approach to its members’ investment needs in retirement, something we too take very seriously," Mr McFarlane said.
"Dundas is delighted to have been selected and we look forward to a long and mutually rewarding association," he said.
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