Pridham Report: the most popular fund houses in Q1 2019

The latest 'Pridham Report' from investment expert Helen Pridham reveals the precise sales figures for a host of fund managers for the first quarter of 2019. But who comes out on top?

Helen Pridham's UK Fund Sales Report has affectionately taken the informal name of the 'The Pridham Report' over the years, and pretty much does what it says on the tin.

The latest instalment examines the sales performance of the top fund houses in the first quarter of 2019, including both gross and net sales.

In this article we will naturally focus on who comes out on top for net sales, as that is where the differences get really interesting. 

Click on to read more. 

Helen Pridham's UK Fund Sales Report has affectionately taken the informal name of the 'The Pridham Report' over the years, and pretty much does what it says on the tin.

The latest instalment examines the sales performance of the top fund houses in the first quarter of 2019, including both gross and net sales.

In this article we will naturally focus on who comes out on top for net sales, as that is where the differences get really interesting. 

Click on to read more. 

10.

Fund manager: T Rowe Price

Net retail sales: £123 million

 

9.

Fund manager: Quilter Investors

Net retail sales: £145.10 million

Pictured: Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney

8.

Fund manager: Allianz Global Investors

Net retail sales: £198.60 million

 

7.

Fund manager: HSBC Global Asset Management 

Net retail sales: £376.20

 

6.

Fund manager: Liontrust

Net retail sales: £422 million

 

5.

Fund manager: Fundsmith

Net retail sales: £440 million

Pictured: Fundsmith chief executive Terry Smith

 

4.

Fund manager: Royal London Asset Management

Net retail sales: £525 million

Pictured: Royal London chief executive Phil Loney

 

 

3.

Fund manager: Baillie Gifford 

Net retail sales: £699 million 

 

2.

Fund manager: Legal & General Investment Management

Net retail sales: £729.10 million

 

1.

Fund manager: BlackRock

Net retail sales: £987.60 million

 

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