BMO GAM: Top performing active funds triple index returns over ten years

Research by multi-manager team

Laura Dew
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Gary Potter and Rob Burdett, co-head's of BMO GAM's multi-manager team
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Gary Potter and Rob Burdett, co-head's of BMO GAM's multi-manager team

Passive funds have only beaten active in one out of seven sectors over a decade, according to research by BMO Global Asset Management's multi-manager team, with the best UK active fund returning 3.1x more than the index.

The team, led by Gary Potter and Rob Burdett (pictured), looked at seven sectors within the Lipper Global universe and found the top-performing active managers had delivered three times their index benchmark...

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