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Pension fund managers achieving strong performance

Actively managed pension funds have out-performed their benchmark indices for the first half of the year according to a report in today&#39s Financial Times.


The report based on figures from consultancy WM Company reveals pension funds achieved a total return of 3.7 per cent in the second quarter of the year. This return was on top of the 5.9 per cent return achieved for the first quarter.


The FT says the performance vindicates the strategy of active fund managers in the battle against greater competition from passive managers.

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