FundCalibre awards five 'Elite' ratings to funds

Two 'Elite Radar' badges

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Five funds have been awarded a new Elite rating by FundCalibre, while two has received a new Elite Radar badge.

The firm's ‘Elite Radar' badge is given to those that do not have the minimum three-year track record for the badge, but are on the research team's watch list and are potential candidates for a full Elite Rating in the future. Listed below, the five new Elite funds are: Man GLG Sterling Corporate Bond AXA Framlington Biotech LF Lightman European Pictet Japanese Equity Selection JPM Global Equity Income The two Elite Radar funds are the TB Amati Strategic Metals fund and the Artemis Global High Yield Bond fund. Outlining why the funds were selected, Juliet Schooling La...

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