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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 51.8% (31 August 2011 - 31 August 2014)
Total Return
1 of 155

96.0%

2 of 155

85.9%

3 of 155

84.9%

4 of 155

83.5%

5 of 155

83.1%

6 of 155

82.1%

7 of 155

82.1%

7 of 155

82.1%

9 of 155

80.4%

10 of 155

79.7%

11 of 155

79.0%

11 of 155

79.0%

13 of 155

78.0%

14 of 155

77.8%

15 of 155

75.6%

16 of 155

75.4%

17 of 155

74.6%

18 of 155

73.1%

19 of 155

71.3%

20 of 155

70.1%

21 of 155

69.8%

22 of 155

69.6%

23 of 155

68.6%

23 of 155

68.6%

25 of 155

68.3%

26 of 155

67.0%

27 of 155

66.4%

28 of 155

66.4%

29 of 155

64.9%

29 of 155

64.9%

31 of 155

64.6%

32 of 155

64.3%

33 of 155

64.2%

33 of 155

64.2%

35 of 155

63.6%

36 of 155

63.6%

37 of 155

63.3%

38 of 155

63.2%

39 of 155

63.1%

40 of 155

62.8%

41 of 155

62.1%

42 of 155

61.0%

43 of 155

59.2%

44 of 155

59.1%

45 of 155

58.8%

46 of 155

58.7%

46 of 155

58.7%

46 of 155

58.7%

49 of 155

58.5%

49 of 155

58.5%

51 of 155

58.1%

52 of 155

58.0%

53 of 155

57.8%

54 of 155

57.1%

54 of 155

57.1%

56 of 155

56.5%

57 of 155

56.5%

58 of 155

56.4%

59 of 155

56.3%

60 of 155

56.2%

61 of 155

56.0%

62 of 155

55.8%

63 of 155

55.4%

64 of 155

55.3%

64 of 155

55.3%

66 of 155

54.8%

67 of 155

54.2%

68 of 155

54.2%

69 of 155

54.1%

70 of 155

53.8%

71 of 155

53.8%

72 of 155

53.7%

73 of 155

53.7%

74 of 155

53.3%

75 of 155

53.3%

76 of 155

53.3%

76 of 155

53.3%

78 of 155

52.8%

79 of 155

52.7%

79 of 155

52.7%

79 of 155

52.7%

82 of 155

52.6%

82 of 155

52.6%

84 of 155

52.4%

85 of 155

52.4%

86 of 155

52.3%

87 of 155

52.0%

88 of 155

51.9%

89 of 155

51.8%

90 of 155

51.5%

91 of 155

51.2%

92 of 155

51.1%

93 of 155

51.0%

93 of 155

51.0%

93 of 155

51.0%

96 of 155

50.9%

97 of 155

50.8%

98 of 155

50.5%

99 of 155

50.1%

100 of 155

49.6%

101 of 155

49.5%

102 of 155

49.4%

103 of 155

49.3%

104 of 155

49.2%

105 of 155

49.2%

106 of 155

49.0%

106 of 155

49.0%

108 of 155

48.8%

109 of 155

48.6%

110 of 155

48.4%

111 of 155

48.2%

112 of 155

47.5%

113 of 155

47.5%

114 of 155

47.3%

115 of 155

47.3%

115 of 155

47.3%

117 of 155

46.6%

117 of 155

46.6%

117 of 155

46.6%

120 of 155

46.5%

121 of 155

46.0%

122 of 155

45.3%

123 of 155

44.3%

124 of 155

44.0%

125 of 155

44.0%

126 of 155

43.9%

127 of 155

43.4%

128 of 155

42.9%

129 of 155

42.3%

130 of 155

42.2%

130 of 155

42.2%

132 of 155

42.1%

133 of 155

41.4%

134 of 155

41.4%

135 of 155

41.4%

135 of 155

41.4%

137 of 155

41.0%

138 of 155

41.0%

139 of 155

39.9%

140 of 155

39.9%

141 of 155

38.2%

142 of 155

37.3%

143 of 155

37.3%

144 of 155

37.2%

145 of 155

36.7%

145 of 155

36.7%

147 of 155

36.6%

148 of 155

35.6%

149 of 155

29.1%

149 of 155

29.1%

149 of 155

29.1%

152 of 155

25.5%

153 of 155

24.5%

154 of 155

-1.5%

155 of 155

-23.8%

Managers with less than 36 months history are below. View 1 month performance

Roland Arnold

Jack Barrat

Richard Black

Richard Bullas

Paul Casson

Steve Davies

Tobyn Dickinson

Rupert Elwes

Henry Flockhart

Oliver Gottlieb

Georgina Hamilton

Neil Hermon

Alexandra Jackson

Joe Le Jehan

Nick Judge

Nigel Kennett

Chris Llewellyn

Charles Long

Charles Macfadyen

Scott MacLennan

Steven Magill

Daniel Monks

Rod Oscroft

Jonathan Parker

Nick Peters

Jo Rands

Chris Reid

James Ross

Imran Sattar

David Smith

Yvan Staelens

Paul Stephany

James Thorne

Michael Ulrich

Chris Watt

Alex Wright

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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