Just 1.8% of funds consistently achieved top quartile performance in past three years - BMO

Compares to 3.2% in previous quarter

Pedro Gonçalves
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The drop was due to managers increasingly specialising in investment styles across the funds industry
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The drop was due to managers increasingly specialising in investment styles across the funds industry

The number of funds consistently achieving top quartile returns over three years fell to 1.8% in Q1 2021, according to according to the latest BMO Global Asset Management Multi-Manager Fund Watch survey.

According to the survey, which analysed 1,085 funds with a three-year track record in the 12 main IA sectors, just 1.8% of funds consistently achieved top quartile performance over the past three 12-month...

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