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Charlotte Meyrick

Charlotte Meyrick

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About Charlotte Meyrick

Charlotte Meyrick joined Aviva Investors in 2012. She is co-manager of the Aviva Investors UK Opportunities fund and is part of a wider team responsible for the UK Institutional funds. Meyrick is also lead sector analyst on general retail and travel and leisure. She graduated from the University of Bath with a BSc in business administration. As part of her degree she completed two six-month industrial placements at Citigroup (Emerging Markets Equity Capital Markets and UK Corporate Broking) and ConocoPhillips. Meyrick has completed her IMC Unit 1 and CFA Level 2 exams.

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Citywire Rating: Not Rated


  • SNot rated in Sep 2018
  • ONot rated in Oct 2018
  • NNot rated in Nov 2018
  • DNot rated in Dec 2018


  • JNot rated in Jan 2019
  • FNot rated in Feb 2019
  • MNot rated in Mar 2019
  • ANot rated in Apr 2019


Equity - UK (All Companies)
over : 31/03/2018 - 31/03/2019
Manager Return
142 Stephen Peters 0.5%
143 Charlotte Meyrick 0.5%
143 Steven Magill 0.5%
143 Guy Walker 0.5%

Total Return

Month by Month Performance

Quarterly Performance

to 31/03/2019 Annual Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2019 7.9%
2018 -13.0% -6.6% 10.4% -1.2% -14.6%
2017 16.9% 4.3% 3.9% 3.0% 4.8%
2016 4.3% -4.0% -4.4% 8.7% 4.5%
2015 6.0%

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Citywire Discovery Source: Citywire Discovery Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in the currency and currencies indicated)..Portions of the information contained on this page was derived by Citywire Financial Publishers Ltd using content supplied by Lipper, A Reuters Company.