Revealed: The new names and drop-outs from FE's 2017 Alpha Managers rebalance

FE names 56 new Alpha Managers

Anna Fedorova
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Rahbones' Carl Stick (left) appears on the list for the first time, while Edouard Carmignac of Carmignac Gestion drops out
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Rahbones' Carl Stick (left) appears on the list for the first time, while Edouard Carmignac of Carmignac Gestion drops out

The 2017 rebalance of FE's Alpha Managers chart has seen a significant shake-up, with 56 new names added, including first-timers Rathbones' Carl Stick and Hermes' Jonathan Pines, while Carmignac Gestion's Edouard Carmignac and AXA IM's Nigel Thomas are among managers losing their place on the list.

Of the 56 new Alpha Managers, some 40 names have been added to the list for the first time. Apart from Stick and Pines, these also include Evenlode's Hugh Yarrow, Odey Asset Management's James Hanbury,...

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