Thomson Reuters Lipper announces 2016 Fund Awards

 30 Aug 2016 - 0:00

DOHA: Thomson Reuters Lipper yesterday announced the winners of the Middle East and North Africa Markets and Global Islamic Fund Awards 2016. These highly-respected awards honour funds and fund management firms that have excelled in providing consistently strong risk-adjusted performance relative to their peers — the merit of the winners is based on entirely objective, quantitative criteria.
The Group Award winners are: Atlas Capital Management (Bond-Mena markets), Robeco (Equity-Mena Markets), Atlas Capital Management (Bond-Mena markets domestic), Samba Capital (Equity-Mena markets domestic) and Samba Capital (Equity-Global Islamic). “We at Thomson Reuters Lipper would like to congratulate all of the 2016 award winners for successfully navigating the exceptionally stormy waters of the 2015 capital markets. Once again we are proud to recognise the outstanding skill and expertise put forth by these managers to deliver outperformance for their shareholders,” said Robert Jenkins, global head of research at Thomson Reuters Lipper.
“All the winners of the Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Awards deserve to be congratulated for delivering consistently good risk-adjusted performance, relative to their peers. The influential and prestigious Thomson Reuters Lipper Awards are based on regularly superior performance by investment fund managers and groups. We are proud that our measurement of such an achievement enables us to grant these awards with authoritative recognition and emphasis on consistency,” said Detlef Glow, head of EMEA research at Thomson Reuters Lipper.
Individual classifications of three-, five-, and ten-year periods, as well as fund families with high average scores for the three-year period are also recognized. The awards are based on Lipper’s proven proprietary methodology.
Lipper data covers more than 306,000 share classes and over 128,000 funds in 63 markets. The free Lipper Leader ratings are available for mutual funds registered for sale in over 42 countries.
For more than three decades and in over 20 countries, the Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Awards have honoured funds and fund management firms that have excelled in providing consistently strong risk-adjusted performance relative to their peers.

The Peninsula

DOHA: Thomson Reuters Lipper yesterday announced the winners of the Middle East and North Africa Markets and Global Islamic Fund Awards 2016. These highly-respected awards honour funds and fund management firms that have excelled in providing consistently strong risk-adjusted performance relative to their peers — the merit of the winners is based on entirely objective, quantitative criteria.
The Group Award winners are: Atlas Capital Management (Bond-Mena markets), Robeco (Equity-Mena Markets), Atlas Capital Management (Bond-Mena markets domestic), Samba Capital (Equity-Mena markets domestic) and Samba Capital (Equity-Global Islamic). “We at Thomson Reuters Lipper would like to congratulate all of the 2016 award winners for successfully navigating the exceptionally stormy waters of the 2015 capital markets. Once again we are proud to recognise the outstanding skill and expertise put forth by these managers to deliver outperformance for their shareholders,” said Robert Jenkins, global head of research at Thomson Reuters Lipper.
“All the winners of the Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Awards deserve to be congratulated for delivering consistently good risk-adjusted performance, relative to their peers. The influential and prestigious Thomson Reuters Lipper Awards are based on regularly superior performance by investment fund managers and groups. We are proud that our measurement of such an achievement enables us to grant these awards with authoritative recognition and emphasis on consistency,” said Detlef Glow, head of EMEA research at Thomson Reuters Lipper.
Individual classifications of three-, five-, and ten-year periods, as well as fund families with high average scores for the three-year period are also recognized. The awards are based on Lipper’s proven proprietary methodology.
Lipper data covers more than 306,000 share classes and over 128,000 funds in 63 markets. The free Lipper Leader ratings are available for mutual funds registered for sale in over 42 countries.
For more than three decades and in over 20 countries, the Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Awards have honoured funds and fund management firms that have excelled in providing consistently strong risk-adjusted performance relative to their peers.

The Peninsula