Revealed: The average age of best-performing managers

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A fund manager's age does have an effect on whether they should outperform, with those in their early 40s most likely to beat their peers, according to research from Scottish Widows Investment Partnership's(SWIP) multi-manager team.

Head of multi-manager Mark Harries said the team evaluated the five most popular sectors and identified that within the equity space, managers in their early 40s tended to outperform. However, in t...

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