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Showing fund managers & funds available in Singapore. View fund & fund manager rankings globally

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in USD, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 10.5% (31 March 2017 - 31 March 2018)
Total Return
1 of 18

13.8%

2 of 18

13.8%

3 of 18

13.5%

4 of 18

13.4%

4 of 18

13.4%

6 of 18

13.3%

7 of 18

13.2%

8 of 18

13.2%

8 of 18

13.2%

10 of 18

13.1%

10 of 18

13.1%

12 of 18

12.2%

12 of 18

12.2%

14 of 18

10.6%

15 of 18

5.6%

15 of 18

5.6%

17 of 18

2.7%

18 of 18

0.7%

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Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in the currency and currencies indicated). Portions of the information contained on this page was derived by Citywire Financial Publishers Ltd using content supplied by Lipper, A Reuters Company.

Harvest hands AA-rated CIO new China bond fund

The fund will be targeting up to 70% exposure to onshore Chinese bonds

Invesco launches Belt and Road bond fund

The fund is registered under restricted registration in Singapore available only to accredited investors

NAFTA deal too risky for EMs, Asian bonds

Fixed income experts from Schroders and Loomis Sayles discuss why NAFTA is risky for emerging markets and Asian bonds

Fidelity: China’s bond market heading for ‘critical mass’

Foreign investors make up just 2% of the Chinese onshore bond market.

Schroders’ Asian bonds chief throws weight behind Chinese debt

Uncorrelated asset proving a popular choice for Rajeev De Mello.

Buying opportunities in China after credit downgrade: HSBC GAM

The offshore Chinese markets offer good value, according to HSBC GAM's Gregory Suen.

Moody's downgrade won't stop China liberalisation: manager

Jean Charles Sambor says this event will not have any material impact on pricing or demand for Chinese assets.

Why China’s Bond Connect scheme is more favourable than expected

The scheme opens up of the onshore bond market to foreign investors.