Citywire Rated Fund Managers
Our guide to the best fund managers
Citywire is the only firm to exclusively rate managers, not funds. This is because we strongly believe the most important consideration when selecting an actively managed fund is the track record of the manager running the money.
In our monthly data crunch, Citywire analyst Nisha Long highlights those fund managers rewarding investors with some fine performance.
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The continued popularity of the likes of AXA Framlington's UK equity manager Nigel Thomas helped fuel a significant increase in inflows at the firm in 2013.
The funds on Hargreaves' new discounted platform got the industry talking. We highlight how the funds have performed in the last three years, or for those with shorter records, since launch.
James Clunie, manager of the £250 million Jupiter Absolute Return fund, tells Wealth Manager how and what he's shorting.
Funds are getting bigger and bigger, but can the managers handle the capacity? Jonathan 'JB' Beckett explores.
Cazenove UK Opportunities manager believes the time is ripe to move out of cyclicals and into more defensive areas of the market.
The firm has announced that Mark Barnett has now replaced Neil Woodford as the pilot of the range.
Eight funds have been added and seven removed in our bi-annual review of Citywire Selection.
BlackRock UK Special Situations fund manager Richard Plackett is taking a six-month sabbatical.
The star manager looks set to attract billions after revealing he is to run another equity income fund.
Tony Lanning, who joined JP Morgan from Henderson last year to run multi-manager portfolios, has shared five major themes driving his Fusion funds.
GAM has closed a clutch of young funds, including one run by its star Europe manager.
The Jupiter Primadona Growth Trust has adopted a zero discount policy to support its share price.
Citywire has captured its fund research in a new tool, Citywire Discovery. This week we've used Discovery to focus on the UK All Companies sector, where one manager stands out, and it’s not the one with the biggest fund.
London-based Heptagon Capital rolls out two new global equity funds on its Irish UCITS platform.
The post-recession recovery period is complete and we are now in the expansion phase, according to Citywire AA-rated Matt Hudson, manager of the Cazenove UK Equity Income fund.
The investment boutique has made a number of changes on its equity desk designed to allow Alex Savvides more time to focus on his top performing UK Dynamic fund.
Aberdeen's Asia veteran says he is backing Indonesian companies over Chinese and believes value opportunities in Asia are on the rise.
Stefan Sluke, a fixed income manager at GLG, has left the firm less than a year after the debut of a Ucits version of his fund.
Mark Martin, Neptune’s head of UK equities, explains why he is underweight financials with Rathbones one of the few stocks he owns in the sector.
Fund manager Mike Prentis explains why he recycled profits from super stock Ashtead into Brewin Dolphin, the private client stock broker.
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