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Rosemary Banyard

Rosemary Banyard

About Rosemary Banyard

Despite the fact she is one of the UK's top female fund managers, Rosemary Banyard still manages to find time for her children on top of learning to play the violin and teaching a Sunday school class. Banyard is a UK Smaller Companies specialist and invests in companies she expects to provide long-term growth. She uses a bottom-up style and targets firms with unique products for which demand is not being met. Banyard's portfolio include the Schroder UK Smaller Companies unit trust. Born in March 1958, Banyard completed a degree in Classics from Cambridge University and an MBA from the London Business School. Her first post was in 1979 as a graduate trainee with James Capel and she became a key analyst at the group, with her areas of specialisation including textiles. In 1995 she got her first fund manager position with John Govett. She joined Schroders in 1997 and is co-head of the group's UK small Cap team and Pan-European smaller companies team.

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Citywire Rating: Not Rated

2003

  • ARated A in Aug 2003
  • SRated A in Sep 2003
  • ONot rated in Oct 2003
  • NNot rated in Nov 2003
  • DRated A in Dec 2003

2004

  • JRated A in Jan 2004
  • FRated AA in Feb 2004
  • MRated A in Mar 2004
  • ARated AA in Apr 2004
  • MRated AA in May 2004
  • JRated AA in Jun 2004
  • JRated A in Jul 2004
  • ARated A in Aug 2004
  • SRated A in Sep 2004
  • ONot rated in Oct 2004
  • NRated A in Nov 2004
  • DNot rated in Dec 2004

2005

  • JNot rated in Jan 2005
  • FNot rated in Feb 2005
  • MNot rated in Mar 2005
  • ANot rated in Apr 2005
  • MNot rated in May 2005
  • JNot rated in Jun 2005
  • JNot rated in Jul 2005
  • ANot rated in Aug 2005
  • SNot rated in Sep 2005
  • ONot rated in Oct 2005
  • NNot rated in Nov 2005
  • DNot rated in Dec 2005

2006

  • JNot rated in Jan 2006
  • FNot rated in Feb 2006
  • MNot rated in Mar 2006
  • ANot rated in Apr 2006
  • MNot rated in May 2006
  • JNot rated in Jun 2006
  • JNot rated in Jul 2006
  • ANot rated in Aug 2006
  • SNot rated in Sep 2006
  • ONot rated in Oct 2006
  • NNot rated in Nov 2006
  • DNot rated in Dec 2006

2007

  • JNot rated in Jan 2007
  • FNot rated in Feb 2007
  • MNot rated in Mar 2007
  • ANot rated in Apr 2007
  • MNot rated in May 2007
  • JNot rated in Jun 2007
  • JNot rated in Jul 2007
  • ANot rated in Aug 2007
  • SNot rated in Sep 2007
  • ORated AAA in Oct 2007
  • NRated AAA in Nov 2007
  • DRated AAA in Dec 2007

2008

  • JRated AAA in Jan 2008
  • FRated AAA in Feb 2008
  • MRated AAA in Mar 2008
  • ARated AAA in Apr 2008
  • MRated AA in May 2008
  • JRated AAA in Jun 2008
  • JRated AAA in Jul 2008
  • ARated AAA in Aug 2008
  • SRated AA in Sep 2008
  • ORated AAA in Oct 2008
  • NRated AAA in Nov 2008
  • DRated AAA in Dec 2008

2009

  • JRated AAA in Jan 2009
  • FRated AAA in Feb 2009
  • MRated AAA in Mar 2009
  • ARated AA in Apr 2009
  • MNot rated in May 2009
  • JRated A in Jun 2009
  • JRated A in Jul 2009
  • ANot rated in Aug 2009
  • SNot rated in Sep 2009
  • ONot rated in Oct 2009
  • NNot rated in Nov 2009
  • DNot rated in Dec 2009

2010

  • JNot rated in Jan 2010
  • FNot rated in Feb 2010
  • MNot rated in Mar 2010
  • ANot rated in Apr 2010
  • MNot rated in May 2010
  • JNot rated in Jun 2010
  • JNot rated in Jul 2010
  • ANot rated in Aug 2010
  • SNot rated in Sep 2010
  • ONot rated in Oct 2010
  • NNot rated in Nov 2010
  • DRated A in Dec 2010

2011

  • JNot rated in Jan 2011
  • FNot rated in Feb 2011
  • MNot rated in Mar 2011
  • ARated A in Apr 2011
  • MRated A in May 2011
  • JRated A in Jun 2011
  • JRated A in Jul 2011
  • ARated A in Aug 2011
  • SRated A in Sep 2011
  • ONot rated in Oct 2011
  • NNot rated in Nov 2011
  • DNot rated in Dec 2011

2012

  • JNot rated in Jan 2012
  • FNot rated in Feb 2012
  • MNot rated in Mar 2012
  • ANot rated in Apr 2012
  • MRated A in May 2012
  • JRated A in Jun 2012
  • JRated A in Jul 2012
  • ARated A in Aug 2012
  • SRated AA in Sep 2012
  • ORated AA in Oct 2012
  • NRated AA in Nov 2012
  • DRated AA in Dec 2012

2013

  • JRated A in Jan 2013
  • FRated AA in Feb 2013
  • MRated A in Mar 2013
  • ARated AA in Apr 2013
  • MRated AA in May 2013
  • JRated A in Jun 2013
  • JRated A in Jul 2013
  • ARated A in Aug 2013
  • SRated A in Sep 2013
  • ORated Plus in Oct 2013
  • NRated Plus in Nov 2013
  • DNot rated in Dec 2013

2014

  • JRated Plus in Jan 2014
  • FNot rated in Feb 2014
  • MNot rated in Mar 2014
  • ANot rated in Apr 2014
  • MNot rated in May 2014
  • JNot rated in Jun 2014
  • JNot rated in Jul 2014
  • ANot rated in Aug 2014
  • SNot rated in Sep 2014
  • ONot rated in Oct 2014

Performance

Equity - UK Smaller Companies
over : 30/09/2013 - 30/09/2014

Total Return

Month by Month Performance

Quarterly Performance

to 30/09/2014 Annual Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2014 -1.4% 1.9% -1.7% -1.6%
2013 41.6% 11.4% 5.2% 11.6% 8.3%
2012 26.5% 11.4% 0.3% 7.7% 5.1%
2011 -7.2% 3.2% 5.3% -13.7% -1.1%
2010 38.3% 2.7% 1.1% 17.3% 13.6%
2009 -0.3% -0.3%

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Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in GBP)..
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