Investment Week reveals winners of Investment Company Awards 2021

Congratulations to the winners

Katrina Lloyd
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Investment Week was pleased to honour the winners of the 23rd Investment Company of the Year Awards, in association with the AIC, at a special ceremony in London on 18 November.

The awards, which reward excellence in closed-ended fund management, highlight managers who have delivered consistently strong performance for investors and the judges believe can continue to perform well.   Our shortlist for the awards was constructed using scores provided by the AIC, using Morningstar data, looking at NAV returns over the three years to 30 June 2021.  Shortlisted companies were then contacted by Investment Week and asked to submit a questionnaire, which was used in the qualitative judging stage.     Winners were chosen by our judging panel, including some of the ...

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