iFunds Asset Management Overview

  • Type
  • Money Management Firm
  • Founded
  • 2002
  • Professionals
  • 2

iFunds Asset Management General Information


iFunds Asset Management is a money management firm based at Coventry, United kingdom. Established in 2002 by Nigel Baynes and Paul Hudson, the independent asset management firm manages money on behalf of institutions, financial intermediaries and private clients. The assets are managed by the executive management team.

Contact Information

Year Founded
Open To Secondaries
Open To First Time Founds
Institution Type
Money Management Firm
Primary Contact
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Investment Director
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Primary Office
  • The TechnoCentre
  • Puma Way
  • Coventry CV1 2TT
  • England, United Kingdom
+44 024 0000 0000
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iFunds Asset Management Commitment Analytics

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Commitments by Fund Type
Commitments by Fund Type
Commitments by Region
Commitments by Region

iFunds Asset Management Investment Allocations

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  • Target PE:
    Current PE:
    42.00 %  Actual
  • Target Real Estate:
    Real Estate:
    42.00 %  Actual
  • Target Equities:
    Current Equities:
  • Target Fixed Income:
    Fixed Income:
  • Target Cash:
    Current Cash:
Investment allocations

iFunds Asset Management Team (2)

Name Title Office
Stacey Ash Director & Investment Manager Coventry, United Kingdom
Nigel Baynes Investment Director Coventry, United Kingdom
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