SINGAPORE (July 10): Multi-asset funds have become increasingly popular in recent years, as fund houses attempt to offer investors more bang for their buck. These funds invest not only in equities and bonds, but also in a range of other asset classes such as infrastructure projects, property, private equity and derivatives.

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