Register to get unlimited access to Citywire’s fund manager database. Registration is free and only takes a minute.
Showing fund managers & funds registered for sale globally. You can filter by individual jurisdictions.

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in fund's local currency
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 1.9% (31 July 2016 - 31 July 2017)
Total Return
1 of 18

9.8%

1 of 18

9.8%

3 of 18

6.8%

4 of 18

5.6%

5 of 18

4.5%

5 of 18

4.5%

7 of 18

2.9%

8 of 18

1.5%

9 of 18

0.9%

10 of 18

0.4%

10 of 18

0.4%

12 of 18

0.3%

13 of 18

-0.2%

14 of 18

-0.9%

14 of 18

-0.9%

16 of 18

-0.9%

17 of 18

-2.9%

17 of 18

-2.9%

Managers with less than 12 months history are below. View 1 month performance
Show more managers
Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in the currency and currencies indicated). Portions of the information contained on this page was derived by Citywire Financial Publishers Ltd using content supplied by Lipper, A Reuters Company.

Duration dynamics: how three top managers are positioned

As inflation creeps up and interest rates rise, Citywire-rated fixed income managers reveal how they are playing duration.

Why 'Frexit' not Brexit should top bond investors' fears

Bond veteran reveals why Le Pen factor is pushing him to 'globalise' his European investments.

Mobius drops host of fund roles as ‘next gen’ of PMs steps up

EM veteran to retain control of one regional fund as US asset management giant announces host of changes on cross-border range.

AB’s Taylor: why Italian debt is attractive

Alliance Bernstein’s John Taylor says Italian sovereign offer cheap yet enticing returns compared to the rest of Europe.

Top bond managers reveal pre-French election playbooks

As noise around the French election gets louder, leading lights in fixed income reveal what approach to take.

Hasenstab: EMs’ ‘failed’ populism should serve as a wider lesson

Bond market veteran believes rising risks seen in US and UK echo previous retaliatory efforts in the emerging world which ultimately died out.

2017 will mark more populist surprises, says bond specialist

Franklin Templeton’s John W. Beck says political volatility could mean an upward move in US interest rates.

Hasenstab: Trump’s victory exposes weak markets

VIDEO: Franklin Templeton’s blockbuster bond manager believes many of the concerns surrounding the US presidential elections were priced in.

Three top bond managers reveal post-election plans

Time to cut long-term debt or hold on for future opportunities? Star managers reveal how they are responding to the election outcome.

Trump wins: top bond and equity managers react

Citywire Selector has collated views of leading investors in the immediate aftermath of the US Election result