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 Average Manager Total Return : 17.3% (30 November 2011 - 30 November 2014)
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Managers with less than 36 months history are below. View 1 month performance

Florence Barjou

Cédric Baron

Simon Evan-Cook

James Fetch

Paul Flood

Asbjørn Trolle Hansen

Mark Harris

David Jane

Robert Kea

Andreas Koester

Kurt Kongsted

Christopher Mahon

Justin Onuekwusi

Aron Pataki

Camilla Ritchie

Robert Schoen

Jason Vaillancourt

Claus Vorm

Tim Wilson

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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.

Premier rebrands multi-asset range

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

Nangle, Woolnough & Riddell bag boost on War Bond call

Toby Nangle, Richard Woolnough and Jim Leaviss have all enjoyed a last minute bump to their October performance stats as the government calls in a perpetual Gilt

British Assets to dump F&C for BlackRock and target pension savers

The £490 million British Assets trust is to ditch existing manager F&C and bring in BlackRock to overhaul its investment approach.

Is Jeremy Grantham right? How to navigate the beta desert

Renowned strategist Jeremy Grantham’s recent observations that investors could find they are lost in a ‘beta desert’ has rung true with a raft of investors.

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.

Newton's Harries: QE exit does not spell end to global economy’s ills

Newton Global Higher Income manager James Harries also believes the challenges facing the Chinese economy are coming home to roost.

Scotland risks becoming Argentina of the north says Nangle

Scotland could follow Argentina’s example of bankruptcy if it decides to peg any future currency to sterling, Threadneedle head of multi-asset investment Toby Nangle has warned

Ruffer: the Japan love affair didn’t last long, did it?

The managers of the £325 million Ruffer investment trust have highlighted reasons for optimism about Japanese equities, despite wider flight from them.

Threadneedle hires Citigroup’s global macro strategy director

Threadneedle Investments has strengthened its multi-asset team by recruiting a strategist from Citigroup.

Pictet hires Barings trio for multi-asset launch

Three departing multi-asset managers from Barings are to join Pictet for the launch of a new proposition.

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