Barnett underperformance sees Invesco Perpetual jump to top of Spot the Dog list

Total funds on list rise from 26 to 58

Laura Dew
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Invesco Perpetual manager Mark Barnett
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Invesco Perpetual manager Mark Barnett

Invesco Perpetual has rocketed into the top position of the Bestinvest Spot the Dog list with over £15bn in assets under management featured, despite having no funds in the previous edition.

The wealth manager's bi-annual Spot the Dog report highlights OEICs and unit trusts that have underperformed their benchmarks by more than 5% over a three-year period. In the latest edition, Bestinvest...

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