The Munro Global Growth Fund has been added as an investment option to the BT Wrap, BT Panorama and Colonial First State FirstWrap platforms.
Melbourne-based global equities boutique Munro Partners has had its flagship fund added to the platforms of BT and Colonial First State.
Munro chief investment officer Nick Griffin said there are still plenty of opportunities for global investors despite "recent market turmoil".
"We continue to find attractive bottom-up investment opportunities for our portfolio," Mr Griffin said.
"We are also wary of selling down companies with strong longer term structural growth drivers, such as cloud computing, video games and outdoor active companies, because of shorter term macro worries," he said.
"At the same time, we are employing a range of downside protection tools to help protect capital in times of volatility, to ensure we minimise investors’ risk while still taking full advantage of growth opportunities," Mr Griffin said.
The Munro fund, which was launched in August 2016 with $25 million in funds under management, has grown to $155 million today.
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