Revealed: Odey and Schroders' income duo lose FE Alpha Manager status in latest rebalance

Small-cap managers top charts for second year in a row

Jayna Rana
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Schroders' Nick Kirrage and Kevin Murphy
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Schroders' Nick Kirrage and Kevin Murphy

A total of 26 fund managers have lost their FE Alpha Manager status in the latest annual rebalance of the ratings system that recognises the top 10% of UK retail-facing managers based on performance throughout their entire careers, with value managers in particular disappearing from the list.

This year has seen well-known names such as Crispin Odey, JOHCM's Ben Leyland and Schroders' Kevin Murphy and Nick Kirrage lose their place, while 43 new names have been added this time. Murphy and...

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