Fidelity has received the most AAA ratings from the Forsyth-Old Broad Street Research qualitative fu...
Fidelity has received the most AAA ratings from the Forsyth-Old Broad Street Research qualitative fund ratings service, launched this week.
In the UK, Fidelity Special Situations, managed by Anthony Bolton, Tim Russell's HSBC Growth & Income, Robert Shelton's Newton Income and Andy Brough's Schroder UK Mid 250 fund were all given AAA ratings.
In Europe, three funds gained top status, with Bolton appearing again for the Fidelity European. The other two were Investec European, managed by Albert Morillo, and Roger Guy's Gartmore European Select Opportunities.
Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford and Credit Suisse's Bill Mott earned two AAA ratings apiece with their equity income offerings, the only top ratings earned by the groups.
Fidelity American is rated AAA, as are funds from MFS, Dresdner RCM, Franklin Templeton and the Schroder US Smaller Companies fund managed by Ira Unschuld. Schroders has the only AAA rating in Japanese equities for its Tokyo fund, managed by Denis Clough.
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