Lindsell Train Global Equity dropped from Bestinvest Best Funds list

Dan Hanbury's former fund added

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Co-manager of the Lindsell Train Global Equity fund Nick Train
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Co-manager of the Lindsell Train Global Equity fund Nick Train

The Lindsell Train Global Equity fund has been dropped from the Bestinvest Best Funds list, while 18 new funds have made the grade.

The list includes 98 actively managed funds, including 25 listed investment trusts, along with 11 ETFs and ten passive index funds. River and Mercantile hires for Hanbury's Income fund New additions to the list include Pantheon International, Ninety One UK Alpha, Premier Miton UK Growth and ES River and Mercantile UK Equity Smaller Companies, which has been added despite the departure of manager Dan Hanbury last week. Of Hanbury's departure, a Bestinvest analyst said: "As is our normal procedure when a fund manager changes, we will look to meet with the new manager once appointed t...

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