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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in EUR, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : -1.8% (30 September 2014 - 30 September 2017)
Total Return
1 of 19

29.5%

2 of 19

15.5%

3 of 19

10.5%

4 of 19

7.2%

5 of 19

5.3%

6 of 19

4.9%

6 of 19

4.9%

8 of 19

4.0%

9 of 19

3.1%

9 of 19

3.1%

11 of 19

-2.0%

11 of 19

-2.0%

13 of 19

-6.6%

13 of 19

-6.6%

15 of 19

-14.4%

15 of 19

-14.4%

17 of 19

-19.2%

17 of 19

-19.2%

19 of 19

-41.3%

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Central banks’ old-school tactics risk another recession, says Bill Gross

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BlackRock hands small-cap equity fund to quant pair

The move is part of BlackRock's transition into a more quant-heavy fund house.

SLI reports £2.8 billion outflows from Gars in Q1

Standard Life Investments (SLI) saw outflows from its flagship Global Absolute Return Strategies (Gars) fund accelerate to £2.8 billion in the first quarter.

SLI reports £2.8 billion outflows from Gars in Q1

Standard Life Investments (SLI) saw outflows from its flagship Global Absolute Return Strategies (Gars) fund accelerate to £2.8 billion in the first quarter.

Schroders manager to step back from giant Asia fund

Robin Parbrook is set to relocate from Hong Kong to London.