FE fundinfo's five-crown rating awarded to 14 new funds

Boutiques well represented

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Fourteen new funds have been awarded FE fundinfo's highest possible crown rating the first time they have become eligible, having surpassed their three-year track record.

The ratings, which are awarded as a result of quant-based analysis, were given largely to funds managed by boutique asset management firms and smaller groups, including the likes of Brown Advisory, Gresham House Asset Management, AMP Capital and Axiom Investors. Funds that achieved a five-crown rating for the first time included the Luxembourg-domiciled Capital Group US Corporate Bond fund, CFP SDL Free Spirit, TwentyFour Asset Backed Opportunities and Brown Advisory US Sustainable Growth. In total, 360 funds in the Investment Association (IA) universe achieved five crowns, with 19 m...

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