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Ted Scott

Ted Scott

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About Ted Scott

Ted Scott casts a keen eye on market forces when building his portfolio. He combines this with a rigorous stock selection process that focuses on three key fundamentals of a company: quality of management, healthy cash flow and a well thought out strategy. He applies this process to the F&C Stewardship Growth Inc and the F&C Stewardship Income funds both of which adopt an ethical approach to investing. Born in London in 1959, Scott earned an Economics degree from Exeter University and is a Fellow of the Institute of Society of Investment Professionals. After completing his stockbroking exams he joined stockbroking firm Schaverien & Co in 1981 as a trainee. In 1984 he moved to Friends Provident as a research analyst before he was promoted to the Stewardship team in 1987. He now has overall responsibility for the F&C Stewardship funds.

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Ted Scott does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology

2002

  • DRated AAA in Dec 2002

2003

  • JRated A in Jan 2003
  • FRated A in Feb 2003
  • MRated A in Mar 2003
  • ARated A in Apr 2003
  • MRated A in May 2003
  • JRated A in Jun 2003
  • JRated A in Jul 2003
  • ARated A in Aug 2003
  • SRated A in Sep 2003
  • ORated A in Oct 2003
  • NRated A in Nov 2003
  • DRated A in Dec 2003

2004

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

2005

  • JRated AA in Jan 2005
  • FRated AA in Feb 2005
  • MRated AA in Mar 2005
  • ARated AA in Apr 2005
  • MRated AA in May 2005
  • JRated AA in Jun 2005
  • JRated AA in Jul 2005
  • ARated A in Aug 2005
  • SRated A in Sep 2005
  • ONot rated in Oct 2005
  • NRated A in Nov 2005
  • DRated A in Dec 2005

2006

  • JRated A in Jan 2006
  • FNot rated in Feb 2006
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  • ANot rated in Apr 2006
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  • NRated A in Nov 2006
  • DRated A in Dec 2006

2007

  • JRated AA in Jan 2007
  • FRated A in Feb 2007
  • MRated A in Mar 2007
  • ARated A in Apr 2007
  • MRated A in May 2007
  • JRated A in Jun 2007
  • JNot rated in Jul 2007
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2008

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2009

  • JNot rated in Jan 2009
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  • JNot rated in Jun 2009

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