Baillie Gifford ousted from top spot in FundCalibre Fund Management Equity Index

Morgan Stanley takes top spot

Lauren Mason
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Prior to 2021, Morgan Stanley had achieved first place for three consecutive years
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Prior to 2021, Morgan Stanley had achieved first place for three consecutive years

Morgan Stanley has returned to the top of FundCalibre’s Fund Management Equity Index for 2022, having found itself in first place in the list of ‘Elite Providers of Equities’.

The firm, which claimed first position in four of eight annual reports, took over from Baillie Gifford, which this year finds itself in second place. Prior to 2021, Morgan Stanley had achieved first place for three consecutive years. Having been pipped to the post by Baillie Gifford last year however, its average fund has outperformed by 44.6% over five years to the end of December 2021. 100% of its funds also managed to outperform. Schroder British Opportunities joins six funds gaining FundCalibre 'Elite' rating FundCalibre's Fund Management Equity Index identifies the asset manag...

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