Financial News – Big pension names felled by newer rivals

By Mark Cobley 26 September 2016

Some of the biggest names in multi-asset funds have been humbled by in-house teams and smaller players, an FN study of the performance of the new Master Trust megafunds has found. Read the full financial news article here.

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