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Artemis UK Special Situations

Citywire Selection verdict: Derek Stuart and Andy Gray look for unloved companies that are in the process of management turn-around. Over 80% of the fund is split equally between large and medium sized companies, and the rest in small and unquoted stocks. Stuart has been at the helm since launch in 2000 with Gray appointed as co-manager in 2014. The fund is skewed towards technology companies, consumer services and industrials. The duo used post the Brexit market conditions to selectively add to their positions, with an emphasis on proactive companies. Despite the slight dip in recent returns, we back this fund to continue to perform well in the future.

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