Who made the FE Alpha Manager Hall of Fame 2018?

New entrants also announced

Jayna Rana
Jupiter's John Chatfeild-Roberts appeared on the list for a fourth straight year

Jupiter's John Chatfeild-Roberts appeared on the list for a fourth straight year

Fifty fund managers out of a potential 198 names have made the FE Alpha Manager Hall of Fame for 2018 having been consistently rated an 'Alpha Manager' over the past seven years, Investment Week can reveal.

Of this, 21 managers have retained their place since the initiative was launched by the investment ratings and research agency in 2015, while 13 managers have made the list for the first time. High-profile names such as Aberdeen Standard Investments' Harry Nimmo, Jupiter's John Chatfeild-Roberts and CRUX AM's Richard Pease have earned the accolade for a fourth year running, as did some managers who have had a difficult time of late. Neil Woodford saw his flagship £6.6bn Woodford Equity Income fund removed from the Investment Association's UK Equity Income sector last month for failing...

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