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All calculations in GBP
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 5.1% (30 November 2013 - 30 November 2014)
Total Return
1 of 104

16.0%

2 of 104

14.4%

2 of 104

14.4%

4 of 104

13.9%

5 of 104

13.2%

6 of 104

10.0%

7 of 104

9.4%

7 of 104

9.4%

9 of 104

8.6%

9 of 104

8.6%

11 of 104

8.4%

12 of 104

8.3%

13 of 104

8.2%

14 of 104

8.2%

14 of 104

8.2%

16 of 104

8.0%

16 of 104

8.0%

18 of 104

8.0%

19 of 104

7.7%

20 of 104

7.5%

21 of 104

7.3%

21 of 104

7.3%

23 of 104

7.1%

24 of 104

7.0%

25 of 104

6.9%

26 of 104

6.9%

27 of 104

6.8%

28 of 104

6.7%

29 of 104

6.6%

29 of 104

6.6%

29 of 104

6.6%

29 of 104

6.6%

33 of 104

6.6%

33 of 104

6.6%

33 of 104

6.6%

33 of 104

6.6%

37 of 104

6.6%

38 of 104

6.4%

38 of 104

6.4%

40 of 104

6.3%

41 of 104

6.3%

41 of 104

6.3%

41 of 104

6.3%

44 of 104

6.2%

44 of 104

6.2%

46 of 104

5.6%

47 of 104

5.6%

47 of 104

5.6%

47 of 104

5.6%

50 of 104

5.6%

51 of 104

5.5%

52 of 104

5.5%

52 of 104

5.5%

54 of 104

5.4%

54 of 104

5.4%

54 of 104

5.4%

54 of 104

5.4%

58 of 104

5.3%

59 of 104

5.2%

60 of 104

5.1%

61 of 104

5.1%

62 of 104

5.1%

63 of 104

4.9%

64 of 104

4.8%

64 of 104

4.8%

64 of 104

4.8%

67 of 104

4.8%

67 of 104

4.8%

69 of 104

4.7%

69 of 104

4.7%

71 of 104

4.7%

72 of 104

4.6%

72 of 104

4.6%

74 of 104

4.6%

75 of 104

4.5%

76 of 104

4.4%

77 of 104

4.2%

77 of 104

4.2%

79 of 104

4.1%

79 of 104

4.1%

81 of 104

3.7%

82 of 104

3.7%

83 of 104

3.7%

84 of 104

3.7%

85 of 104

3.6%

86 of 104

3.3%

87 of 104

2.6%

88 of 104

2.6%

88 of 104

2.6%

90 of 104

2.4%

91 of 104

2.0%

92 of 104

1.9%

93 of 104

1.7%

93 of 104

1.7%

95 of 104

1.7%

95 of 104

1.7%

97 of 104

1.6%

97 of 104

1.6%

99 of 104

1.2%

100 of 104

0.9%

101 of 104

-0.7%

101 of 104

-0.7%

103 of 104

-1.8%

104 of 104

-2.4%

Managers with less than 12 months history are below. View 1 month performance

Mark Baker

Steven Bell

Laurent Crosnier

Michiel de Bruin

Julien Eberhardt

Anton Eser

Sachin Gupta

Mark Kiesel

Fraser Lundie

Andrew Norelli

Lorenzo Pagani

Matthew Pallai

Lupin Rahman

Paul Rayner

Julien de Saussure

Sujay Shah

Gibson Smith

James Tomlins

Darrell Watters

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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.

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