10 best performing UK equity funds since Brexit vote

As the UK pleads with the EU for more time to get its house in order ahead of Brexit, we take a look at the top 10 best performing UK equity funds since the referendum in 2016

Brexit means Brexit, or so we were told. 

That might not be the case on 29 March now, given Theresa May has just gone cap in hand to her European counterparts to ask for more time to negotiate a Brexit deal with her own party, and indeed the rest of parliament. 

While that clock ticks ceaselessly away, we have assembled a list of top performing UK equity funds since the Brexit referendum on 23 June 2016. 

All the usual disclaimers apply. All funds are registered for sale in the UK. Total returns are calculated gross of tax, bid to bid, ignoring the effect of initial charges and with income reinvested at the ex-dividend date.

Time period: 30 June 2016 to 28 February 2019. Source: Citywire Asset Management Research.

Brexit means Brexit, or so we were told. 

That might not be the case on 29 March now, given Theresa May has just gone cap in hand to her European counterparts to ask for more time to negotiate a Brexit deal with her own party, and indeed the rest of parliament. 

While that clock ticks ceaselessly away, we have assembled a list of top performing UK equity funds since the Brexit referendum on 23 June 2016. 

All the usual disclaimers apply. All funds are registered for sale in the UK. Total returns are calculated gross of tax, bid to bid, ignoring the effect of initial charges and with income reinvested at the ex-dividend date.

Time period: 30 June 2016 to 28 February 2019. Source: Citywire Asset Management Research.

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