Pridham Report: Sustainable funds boost active sales as passives dominate

Passive products lead the tables

James Baxter-Derrington
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Sustainable funds have helped asset managers compete, according to the latest Pridham Report
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Sustainable funds have helped asset managers compete, according to the latest Pridham Report

The investor migration to passive products has continued over the course of the first quarter of 2020, but strong sustainable funds have kept active managers in the top ten, according to the latest Pridham Report.

Strong net sales following a decisive General Election gave Q1 2020 a positive start, before coronavirus came to dominate every area of life and change the way people do everything, including invest...

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