The Exeter capital growth fund keeps its position at the head of the Standard & Poor's Micropal top-10 list of unit trusts this week, with an increase of 67.5 per cent over the past year.
The Jupiter UK growth exempt fund is at number 10 when measured over 12 months, with a return of 44.71 per cent. It top over three years with growth of 189.14 per cent.
The Jupiter fund was launched on March 1, 1993 and has about £10.35m in funds.
Managed by Adrian Paterson, it has 94.5 per cent invested in the UK, 3.9 per cent in Ireland and 1.6 per cent in cash. It currently has 39.9 per cent of its portfolio in services, 29.8 per cent in general industry stocks and 11.2 per cent in financials. Of the remainder, the fund has 3.7 per cent invested in utilities, 0.3 per cent in investment trusts, 7.4 per cent in AIM and 2.2 per cent unclassified.