The world’s largest retirement funds have been struggling to meet growing demand for retirement funds in recent years.
The global funds are also struggling to cope with the fallout from the Brexit fallout.
Now, they’re asking investors to look at a new option.
In a new article published on Wednesday, Vanguard says that its new retirement funds will have no limits on assets and will allow investors to invest up to $1 million in mutual funds and ETFs.
That means investors who are looking to build their own fund can use Vanguard’s existing funds to diversify their portfolios.
The new funds will offer more flexible fees, including the ability to invest in a variety of funds.
As well, the new funds have a new logo, which is designed to remind investors that they are part of Vanguard’s portfolio.
The firm’s new products will also be accessible in a new app, which will provide access to all of the company’s funds, including its own.
In addition, Vanguard has updated its portfolio management tools to better manage risk, which it says is “a fundamental improvement.”
The firm says that the updated tools will improve the “efficiency, simplicity, and value of portfolio management.”
While Vanguard says it will allow clients to diversification, it says it won’t allow them to make more than the minimum investment required for a 401(k) or 403(b) plan.
Investors can opt to keep their investment in the company-run 401(b), but the new options will allow them the flexibility to invest more in the firm-run funds.
Vanguard is the largest mutual fund company in the world, with assets of $3.4 trillion.
It is currently ranked second by assets behind Apple.