GAM and Liontrust among four top ten dropouts in FE Crown Ratings rebalance

Alongside Carmignac and Janus Henderson

Valeria Martinez
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GAM, Liontrust, Carmignac and Janus Henderson have dropped out of the top ten best performing fund groups in the latest FE Crown Ratings rebalance.

Meanwhile, BNY Mellon led the way in the table, with 12 of their 53 funds holding a 5-Crown rating. Fidelity, who have maintained their position in second with 11 of their 85 funds and Royal London, who have 10 from 46 funds, followed closely. Overall, 106 funds gained the 5-Crown rating, bringing the total number to 351. Strategic bond funds and some mixed asset funds feature heavily in the funds jumping up the most places in terms of improved ratings. These include funds such as Schroder Sustainable Bond, BNY Mellon Global Dynamic Bond Income and Man GLG Strategic Bond. Baillie G...

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