Passive providers and global brands top investor value survey

James Baxter-Derrington
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Amid the coronavirus market crash, investors believed the best value lay with passive fund managers and large global brands, according to a new survey from Boring Money. Conducted at the end of March, the research puts Vanguard on top as the best asset manager for value, with 86% of its investors saying it offers good value, while Aviva, HSBC Global Asset Management, AXA Investment Management and Legal & General all scored over 70% from their respective investors, placing them in the top five. Small UK-focused brands struggled to convince their investors of value in 1Q2020, while thos...

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