abrdn and AXA funds retain Square Mile ratings following name changes

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Nine abrdn funds and one AXA fund have retained their Square Mile ratings after a spree of name changes, according to the latest Square Mile Academy of Funds.

In August, abrdn re-named several funds as the firm continued to carry out its rebrand from Aberdeen Standard Investments. Nine abrdn funds with an existing Square Mile rating had their names changed last month, including strategies such as the abrdn Global Corporate Bond Tracker, abrdn Global Smaller Companies, abrdn Short Dated Global Inflation-Linked Bond Tracker and others.  Investment approaches have remained the same and the funds have therefore retained their ratings, spanning Recommended, A, and AAA. Hugh Sergeant's R&M Global Recovery loses Square Mile rating  The annou...

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