How do segregated funds differ from mutual funds?

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May 2017
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If your question is what's the difference between a separate managed account (SMA) and a mutual fund, there are a number of key differences. 

1.) SMAs usually have higher minimums. 

2.) In an SMA clients usually hold individual securities.

There are many other differences, but these are two major ones.

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