UK - Standard & Poor's has published its largest ever assessment of the work of the investment professionals in charge of managed mixed funds.
In reports on 66 different managed funds, S&P charts the efforts of managers to combat the worst performing year by major equity markets for nearly 30 years.
Just two of the 66 managed funds reviewed achieved a Standard & Poor’s AAA rating. Both are Fidelity funds of funds, investing only in the group’s own funds. A total of 26 funds were rated AA, 29 A, one fund was placed under review and eight were not rated.
The reports are available at www.funds-sp.com,
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