Nedgroup Investments wins Offshore Manager of the Year for 4th consecutive year

31 January 2019 Nedgroup Investments

Last night, at the annual Raging Bull Awards Dinner in Cape Town , Nedgroup Investments was named the Offshore Management Company of the Year. This is the fourth consecutive year that Nedgroup Investments has held the top spot in this category.

The Raging Bull Awards measure performance across our range of funds taking into account performance, risk-management and consistency over a three year period to 31 December 2018.

Nic Andrew, Head of Nedgroup Investments, says the methodology of these awards gives higher weightings to larger funds and is therefore a good proxy for the performance achieved by Nedgroup Investments clients.

“We are immensely proud of these awards. Our number one objective is to deliver good long-term performance to our clients so it is also very pleasing that this is the 4th year in a row that we have been given top honours as the best offhsore manager. This is a real endorsement of our “Best of Breed” philosophy where we identify and partner with exceptional independent managers who we believe have a sustainable edge.

With 2019 already well underway, we look forward to continuing to deliver superior performance for our investors and working with our managers to find the best long-term local and offshore investment opportunities."

Nedgroup Investments Funds were also named winners in the local categories:

Nedgroup Investments Global Equity Feeder Fund: Best (SA-Domiciled) Global Equity General Fund on a Risk-Adjusted Basis

Nedgroup Investments Global Cautious Feeder Fund: Best (SA-Domiciled) Global Multi-Asset Low-Equity Fund on a Risk-Adjusted Basis



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