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Angus Tulloch

FE Alpha Manager
Stewart Investors (UK)
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FE Trustnet verdict
Overall, performing better than the peer group composite. Over a long track record, the manager has, period by period, consistently managed to outperform the peer group. Good stockpicking has had a material positive impact on results, which have tended to be similar in rising and falling markets.
Manager profile
Angus is Head of Asia Pacific Equities at Stewart Investors. The team manage funds in Asia Pacific, Emerging Market, Worldwide and Sustainable Development equity investment strategies on behalf of clients. He established the team in 1988.His primary focus is stock selection and portfolio construction for Asia Pacific funds. Angus graduated from Cambridge University in 1970 with a BA (Honours) in Economics and History.
Total return for Angus Tulloch
Rolling Alpha Quartile: Discrete three year periods
Rolling Alpha Quartile shows a manager's alpha score in quartile terms, plotting his or her risk adjusted performance against all other managers in the UT & OEICs universe. The best managers are those who are consistently ranked in the first or second quartile.
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Quartile 4
Discrete calendar year performance : Angus Tulloch

Manager career performance
Discrete performance
  0-12m 12-24m 24-36m 36-48m 48-60m 60-72m 72-84m 84-96m 96-108m 108-120m
Angus Tulloch -2.3 21.7 -6.4 21.8 0.6 15.7 41.5 -8.3 20.9 17.0
Peer Group Composite -10.0 20.5 -6.4 17.2 -7.6 12.2 46.3 -20.9 20.0 11.4
Over / Under 7.7 1.2 0.0 4.6 8.2 3.5 -4.8 12.6 0.9 5.6
Performance vs peer group composite: Angus Tulloch
How a manager matches up against his peers gives you some idea of how talented he is. Very few managers perform equally well in rising and falling markets, so knowing which type of market a manager is capable of performing well within is also important.
Overall markets
Outperformed peer group composite
8 years
out of a possible 10
Overall markets
Underperformed peer group composite
2 years
out of a possible 10
Rising markets
Outperformed peer group composite
5 years
out of a possible 6
Falling markets
Outperformed peer group composite
3 years
out of a possible 4
Funds currently managed
Fund Sole/Co-managed Sector Periods
Stewart Investors Asia Pacific Co-managed UT Asia Pacific Excluding Japan since Jun 30 1988 to present
Stewart Investors Asia Pacific Leaders Co-managed UT Asia Pacific Excluding Japan since Dec 01 2003 to present
Funds managed previously
Fund Periods
Stewart Investors Global Emerging Markets since Dec 30 1992 to Aug 31 2009
Stewart Investors Global Emerging Markets Leaders since Dec 01 2003 to Aug 31 2009
Stewart Investors Asia Pacific Sustainability since Dec 19 2005 to Dec 31 2009
Scottish Oriental Smaller Companies since Apr 01 2013 to Jun 30 2015
Stewart Investors Indian Subcontinent since Jul 01 2008 to Nov 30 2009
Data provided by FE. Care has been taken to ensure that the information is correct, but FE neither warrants, represents nor guarantees the contents of information, nor does it accept any responsibility for errors, inaccuracies, omissions or any inconsistencies herein. Past performance does not predict future performance, it should not be the main or sole reason for making an investment decision. The value of investments and any income from them can fall as well as rise.