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Britannic Argonaut fund takes 100m in six months

Britannic Asset Management’s Argonaut European alpha fund has taken 100m in under six months.

The Oeic, managed by Barry Norris and Oliver Russ, was launched in May 2005 and has been supported by a number of multi-managers including New Star’s Mark Harris.

The fund is a high-conviction portfolio targeting a high return. 1000 invested at inception was worth 1179 on October 31, 2005 against the IMA’s Europe ex-UK sector average of 1121.


Judgement day

How has the recent Judge case impacted on IHT planning using the private residence?

Age-old story

I thought financial advice was coming of age. No lon- ger were advisers making recommendations on the basis of commission payments. Ah well, not a lot has changed, it seems. The only way NU can get advisers to use its products is to pay more commission and some advisers lap it up – and this […]

Mid-cap stocks reach record levels

London’s FTSE 250 mid-cap index has broken 8000 for the first time as takeover speculation continues to dominate the market. The news comes after mid-caps fell out of favour earlier this year, with investment analysts largely favouring large-cap stocks for the first time following a strong run in the 250.


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