UK - No gain, no fee fund manager Bedlam Asset Management has outperformed both UK and global equity indices.
Bedlam’s UK equities fund produced a 2pc return for the year to August 31, compared to the FTSE All-Share which has returned 0.3%.
Since the firm’s launch in December 2002, the fund has returned 25.1%.
At the same time, Bedlamís global equities fund has returned 5.5% for the year to date, compared to the MSCI world index’s -1.8% return.
Since its launch, the fund has returned 30.8%, compared to the 14% return from the index.
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