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Frost Investment Advisors launches Frost Aggressive Allocation Fund

Frost Investment Advisors has launched the Frost Aggressive Allocation Fund (FCAAX) class A shares, the third in a series of asset allocation funds managed by the firm.

This fund joins the Frost Moderate Allocation Fund (FIBTX/FASTX), formerly the Frost Strategic Balanced Fund, and the Frost Conservation Allocation Fund (FDSFX) class A shares, formerly the Frost Diversified Strategies Fund, to provide investors with a suite of funds targeted toward balancing risk and return in order to meet their long term investment objectives, moving beyond a target date focus.
The new fund was first available for trading on 19 May 2014.
These three new funds are actively managed by an experienced team of Frost Investment Advisors professionals, with an average of 19 years of investment experience. Managers include Alan Tarver; Brad Thompson; Tom L. Stringfellow; David Telling; and Justin Hopkins.
The managers seek to provide total return, diversifying among different asset classes with investments in a combination of proprietary and third-party managed mutual funds and exchange traded funds. 
"Finding this balance takes discipline, experience, knowledge, technology, and strong asset selection," says Tom Stringfellow, president and chief investment officer of Frost Investment Advisors. "Frost has more than 25 years of experience in helping clients achieve their investment goals through asset allocation."

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