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Mark Lyttleton loses Alpha Manager status

By Forensic News, FE Trustnet
Monday February 21, 2011 at 02:42

Fund manager Mark Lyttleton is no longer rated a Alpha Manager.

Alpha Manager ratings are awarded to the top ten percent of UK retail fund managers running unit trusts & OEICs each year, and recognise those who maintain a consistently high alpha score over a proven track record in rising and falling markets.

According to Trustnet, Mark Lyttleton has achieved an annualised total return of 6.4% over 9.4 years, against 4.9% achieved by his peer group composite benchmark during that period.

To view his factsheet click here.



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