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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 6.5% (30 April 2014 - 30 April 2015)
Total Return
1 of 22

19.5%

2 of 22

10.8%

3 of 22

9.8%

3 of 22

9.8%

3 of 22

9.8%

6 of 22

9.7%

6 of 22

9.7%

8 of 22

9.0%

8 of 22

9.0%

10 of 22

7.7%

11 of 22

7.3%

11 of 22

7.3%

11 of 22

7.3%

14 of 22

6.3%

15 of 22

4.7%

16 of 22

3.8%

17 of 22

3.0%

18 of 22

2.9%

18 of 22

2.9%

20 of 22

0.0%

20 of 22

0.0%

22 of 22

-3.3%

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Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in GBP). Portions of the information contained on this page was derived by Citywire Financial Publishers Ltd using content supplied by Lipper, A Reuters Company.

Mansard Capital launches multi-asset fund

Fund is a mixture of passive and active solutions.

Hermes launches multi-asset inflation fund and names new equity head

Hermes Investment Management has launched a multi-asset fund for its newly established multi-asset team.

Premier rebrands multi-asset range

Premier Asset Management has rebranded its multi-asset fund range in a bid to provide greater clarity to investors.

Aviva Investors hires Lloyds' market strategy chief to head rates team

Charlie Diebel will be responsible for collaboration between the emerging market debt and developed market rates teams.

Armstrong attracts £500m in two months following restructure

Armstrong Investment Managers (AIM) has pulled in £500 million in its first two month since refocusing on offering inflation plus investment mandates.

How great is Gross? A microscope on ex-PIMCO star’s performance

With the help of our Discovery research tool, sister publication Citywire Global takes an in-depth look at the size, scope and standing of the famed bond manager’s investment funds.

SJP dumps Pimco for Invesco & Schroders in multi-asset overhaul

The news follows the shock exit of Bill Gross last week with LA-based Payden & Rygel also teaming up with Schroders and Invesco on the multi-asset fund as part of a number of changes to SJP's fund range.

How should fund groups handle star manager exits?

Wealth managers reveal how they want fund groups to react to losing star employees.

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Swip sales trio exit following Aberdeen takeover

Head of multi-manager distribution Bernard Henshall has left along with two sales directors.   

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