Trojan warrior

Dampier, Mark
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p14
The article identifies the strategy of fund management firm Troy Asset Management in dealing with the struggling economic condition in Great Britain in 2009. Troy has successfully established a remarkable reputation as one of the top performing fund management companies that offer equity income fund. The most reliable approach of the company is protection of its funds instead of merely preparing for future risks.


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