Woodford tops Pridham Report sales chart in Q3

Anna Fedorova
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Woodford Investment Management topped the sales chart in the third quarter, despite subdued inflows into funds across the board, according to the latest Pridham Report.

Neil Woodford's new venture was top in terms of net retail sales in the third quarter with inflows of £1.15bn, building on its success of Q2, when the business launched. This success story was followed closely by Henderson Global Investors, whose efforts to turn around the business paid off as it came second among the bestsellers, with inflows of £795m. Helen Pridham, editor of the Pridham Report, said: "There has been an impressive turnaround in Henderson's fortunes over the past 18 months. "Partly this has been due to the revival of interest in property funds, but it has also bee...

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