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New Capital Wins 16 Lipper Fund Awards

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1 years 96 days ago (20 Mar 2018)  |  

We are pleased to announce that, of the regional awards announced so far, New Capital has won 16 Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Awards.

The New Capital Wealthy Nations Bond Fund, managed by EFG Asset Management, has been named ‘Best Global Bond Fund over 5 years’ in four regions, as classified by Lipper. The top-performing global bond fund ranked number one in France, Europe, Austria, the Netherlands, Nordics and the UK, as well as being named ‘Best Global Bond Fund over 3 years’ in the UK.

The New Capital Swiss Select Equity Fund has also been recognised and was awarded 'Best Equity Switzerland Fund over 3 years’ in Germany, France, Europe, the Netherlands, Nordics, Austria and the UK.

These awards build upon our success within the fixed income category last year. It represents recognition of EFGAM's dedication to a disciplined investment process, which can deliver competitive and consistent performance for clients over the long term. Winning awards in both fixed income and equity classes illustrates EFG's internal capability to deliver innovative, disciplined investment solutions to clients across asset classes.

The New Capital funds are a focused range of high conviction, actively managed, specialist strategies across a range of asset classes including equity, fixed income, and multi-asset within both developed and emerging markets. They are available via a Dublin UCITS with registrations in a number of key regions within Europe, Asia and Latin America.

To learn more about the New Capital Wealthy Nations Bond Fund please click here

To learn more about the New Capital Swiss Select Equity Fund please click here

For more information on the awards please visit: http://www.lipperfundawards.com/


















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