M&G and Invesco still leading sales

Salih, Chris
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p26
The article reports on the sales performance of M&G PLC and Invesco Perpetual in Great Britain. According to Cofunds Ltd., the two firms remains to dominate fund sales and offers seven of the top 10 best-selling funds in the country. It is also stated that M&G has the recovery and optimal income fund within the top 10 sellers while Invesco Perpetual income are also on the list of the top 10 sellers.


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