AMP Capital has launched six of its funds on the Australian Stock Exchange’s (ASX) mFund Settlement Service.

The launch of these funds will offer self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) trustees and other self-directed investors a new way to access its funds.

The AMP Capital products available on mFund are the Corporate Bonds Fund, Global Listed Infrastructure Fund (unhedged), Global Property Securities Fund, Income Generator, Equity Income Fund and Multi-Asset Fund.

This move takes the number of partners listed on the mFund service to 10, number of funds to 70 funds and fund managers to 23, as well as nine distributors and nine registrar service providers, the ASX said.

AMP Capital has added six funds to the mFund service across a range of asset classes including fixed income, equities, property and infrastructure.

Ian Irvine, managed investment services manager at ASX, said: "The funds that AMP Capital brings to the mFund service deepen the range of investment solutions available to retail investors through ASX."

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Tim Keegan, head of SMSF at AMP Capital, said: "The primary reason for adding these funds to mFund is to make it easier for SMSF and self-directed investors to diversify their portfolios and have access to asset classes that are difficult to reach.

"AMP Capital would add more funds in response to client demand later in 2015.The funds offer benefits such as capital growth, steady income and international diversification and allow investors to take advantage of major investment themes such as infrastructure," he added.