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Old Mutual UK Smaller Companies

Citywire Selection Verdict: Dan Nickols’ £750 million fund’s steady performance has led to strong long term returns. Over the seven years to June ’16, he has returned 183.1%. Recent performance has suffered in the run up to and aftermath of Britain’s decision to leave the EU, small and medium sized companies with domestically focused revenues have been badly hurt. However, with Nickols favouring companies with good structural growth potential and high cash-yield, we have faith in his ability to continue his strong run.

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6/47 in Equity - UK Smaller Companies (Performance over 3 years) Average Total Return: 83.94%
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