Passive providers and global brands top investor value survey

Vanguard best value asset manager in Q1

James Baxter-Derrington
More than half of investors believe their asset managers to be of good value, according to the study

More than half of investors believe their asset managers to be of good value, according to the study

Amid the coronavirus market crash, investors believed the best value lay with passive fund managers and large global brands, according to a new survey from Boring Money.

Conducted at the end of March, the research puts Vanguard on top as the best asset manager for value, with 86% of its investors saying it offers good value, while Aviva, HSBC Global Asset Management, AXA Investment Management and Legal & General all scored over 70% from their respective investors, placing them in the top five. Assessment of Value: Legal & General UK Alpha Trust performed 'well below' target Small UK-focused brands struggled to convince their investors of value in Q1 2020, while those with a strong, global retail brand performed better. Just over half of investors (...

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