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Neptune profits down 42% after 'extremely difficult year for equity investors’

Neptune profits down 42% after 'extremely difficult year for equity investors’

Neptune’s pre-tax profits fell by 42% last year as the group continued to grapple with the twin headwinds of falling assets under management and market conditions unfavourable for its global investment approach.

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 55.2% (31 August 2011 - 31 August 2014)
Total Return
1 of 72

91.6%

1 of 72

91.6%

3 of 72

83.2%

3 of 72

83.2%

5 of 72

78.4%

6 of 72

78.3%

7 of 72

75.7%

8 of 72

72.3%

8 of 72

72.3%

10 of 72

71.7%

10 of 72

71.7%

12 of 72

71.6%

13 of 72

71.0%

14 of 72

67.7%

15 of 72

67.2%

15 of 72

67.2%

17 of 72

65.7%

18 of 72

62.8%

19 of 72

62.5%

20 of 72

62.1%

21 of 72

61.4%

22 of 72

61.1%

22 of 72

61.1%

24 of 72

59.9%

25 of 72

59.6%

26 of 72

58.7%

26 of 72

58.7%

26 of 72

58.7%

29 of 72

58.6%

30 of 72

57.3%

31 of 72

57.1%

32 of 72

57.0%

33 of 72

56.1%

34 of 72

55.8%

35 of 72

55.7%

36 of 72

55.7%

37 of 72

55.3%

37 of 72

55.3%

39 of 72

55.1%

40 of 72

54.9%

41 of 72

54.8%

42 of 72

54.7%

43 of 72

53.6%

44 of 72

52.9%

45 of 72

52.4%

46 of 72

51.8%

47 of 72

51.3%

48 of 72

50.7%

49 of 72

49.8%

50 of 72

49.4%

50 of 72

49.4%

52 of 72

49.0%

53 of 72

48.7%

54 of 72

48.3%

55 of 72

48.2%

55 of 72

48.2%

57 of 72

46.4%

58 of 72

44.6%

59 of 72

44.6%

60 of 72

44.4%

60 of 72

44.4%

62 of 72

44.4%

63 of 72

43.0%

64 of 72

40.1%

65 of 72

38.8%

66 of 72

38.7%

67 of 72

32.7%

67 of 72

32.7%

69 of 72

31.9%

70 of 72

31.6%

71 of 72

25.8%

72 of 72

18.0%

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

Ralph Baber

Ian Butler

Phil Cliff

Henry Dixon

Alan Dobbie

Mark Hall

Daniel Hanbury

James Harries

Simon Holman

Yuri Khodjamirian

Fraser Mackersie

Steven Magill

Nigel Milton

Charles Montanaro

Simon Moon

Barrie Newton

Chris Reid

Ben Russon

Mark Slater

Ben Stapley

Martin Turner

Michael Ulrich

Mark Wharrier

Ben Whitmore

Gervais Williams

Richard Wilmot

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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