Rising star to superstar? FundCalibre's managers to watch

Anna Fedorova

Fund ratings agency FundCalibre has named five 'rising star' managers that have not yet made a big name for themselves in the industry, but are tipped to produce strong long-term investment returns.

All of the managers already run funds that have been awarded a FundCalibre Elite Rating, the top award handed out to funds expected to perform well in the future. To identify these funds, the rating agency uses an AlphaQuest screening tool to find portfolios with a greater than 60% probability of producing outperformance in the future, combining this with qualitative research. The tool was launched in 2013 by Albemarle Street Partners, which later joined forces with Chelsea Financial to launch the fund rating service FundCalibre early last year. Below is the list of five lesser-kno...

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