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Fund of the Week: Ecclesiastical Amity International

The Ecclesiastical Amity International fund, run by Citywire AA-rated Robin Hepworth has consistently topped the Global Growth sector and, remarkably, it has done so while only investing in business that leave a positive legacy. The little-known fund group Ecclesiastical has its roots in the church, and Hepworth still manages church foundations.

Hepworth has the view that the indebtedness of the West isn’t sustainable, and invests a large portion of the fund in Asia. I've been impressed with Hepworth for many years – hear my views above or get them straight from the manager here.

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