FundCalibre reveals top equity fund group outperformers over five years

Unicorn tops the list

Daniel Flynn
FundCalibre reveals top equity fund group outperformers over five years

Unicorn Asset Management has topped FundCalibre's Fund Management Equity index for the second consecutive year, with its average fund outperforming peers by 35.5% over five years to 31 December 2015.

The small-cap specialist was one of five groups which saw their whole qualifying fund range outperform peers over five years in this year's index, alongside Stewart Investors, T. Rowe Price, Rathbone Unit Trust Management, and SVM Asset Management. Average performance for Unicorn's funds was around 50% higher than the index's bottom group, NFU Mutual. The company recorded an average underperformance of 14.1%, to sit in 65th position on the table. Stewart Investors remained the group with the second highest average fund performance, with all its seven qualifying funds outperforming by ...

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