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Trust Insider: PE recovery moving faster than investor appetite

by James Carthew on Feb 12, 2014 at 07:00

You will get a better handle on the NAV when results are published on 27 March. Using that October figure, Graphite is the best performing fund in its peer group over most time periods.

I think it might be worth you having a closer look at it. I will write something on the other funds over the coming weeks.

James Carthew is a director at Marten & Co

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