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Schroders’ Kirrage: why I don’t back IPOs

by Danielle Levy on Jul 08, 2014 at 14:26

‘We are not at nosebleed valuations yet. I would be a bit nervous being a harbinger of doom over the next two months, but we are certainly trending in the direction where eventually valuations can’t continue to grow.’

Over three years the Recovery fund is up 60.2% versus the UK All Companies sector’s 31.4% rise. The Income fund, a Citywire Selection pick, is up 48.7% versus a sector average of 37.7%.

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