Brinker Capital, one of the most preeminent providers of separately managed accounts, announced yesterday that it has broadened its "Destination" lineup to include passive large-core and real estate, and that it has reduced its fees from 50 basis points to 20 basis points.

Brinker has reduced its fees, still using the same custodian, Fidelity Investment Advisory Group, "thanks to better technology and a more sophisticated custodial relationship," Brinker President John Coyne told MME.

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