European Opportunities among seven funds at risk of removal from TILLIT best buy list

Long-term underperformance

Valeria Martinez
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The European Opportunities trust is among seven funds at risk of being removed from TILLIT's best buy list, as the DIY investment platform looks to enhance transparency in its fund recommendation process.

For the first time, the firm has published an annual report assessing the performance of the active funds in its curated best-in-class universe, which names the vehicles most at risk of being ejected for underperformance.  These are Alquity Future World, AXA ACT Carbon Transition Sterling Buy and Maintain Credit, European Opportunities trust, First Sentier Responsible Listed Infrastructure, International Public Partnerships, Jupiter Strategic Bond and the Biotech Growth trust.  Given the long-term underperformance of these funds, TILLIT has decided to carry out a "full review" to cons...

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