The top five UK equity funds since the Brexit vote
By Sonia Rach, 22 Jun 18
Research by Chelsea Financial Services has revealed the top five performing funds in the two years since the UK voted to leave the European Union in the 2016 Brexit referendum.
Fund manager Richard Power said the fund’s holdings are generally long-term conviction positions, while satellite positions provide flexibility to help navigate volatile market periods, such as the immediate aftermath of the Brexit vote.
The portfolio also has significant revenues providing a currency boost.
“There’s often a perception that smaller companies are more vulnerable than large caps to many Brexit related headwinds, but this is not the case. Nor is the Aim the domestically focused market that many people perceive it to be.
Aim is home to many ambitious growth companies based in the UK that are building truly global businesses, and utilising Brexit uncertainty within the UK to accelerate overseas growth.”