OMGI named as top-selling fund group of 2017

Data from Pridham Report

Laura Dew
Richard Buxton, chief executive of Old Mutual Global Investors

Richard Buxton, chief executive of Old Mutual Global Investors

Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI) has been named as the top-selling fund house by net retail sales in 2017, reporting £3.4bn of inflows, according to the latest Pridham Report.

In the most recent report covering 2017 and Q4, OMGI saw the most sales over both periods - in the fourth quarter it had net retail sales of £1.2bn. Helen Pridham, editor of the Pridham Report, said the firm had seen a notable uptick in sales since Richard Buxton joined in 2013. OMGI ousted last year's top-selling firm Fidelity, which dropped out of the table. OMGI tops Q3 Pridham Report with almost £1bn in net retail sales Other strong performers during 2017 were BlackRock, with sales of £3.3bn, and Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), which reported net retail sales o...

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