Aviva Investors’ Fixed Income Macro (FIM) Fund has delivered strong and consistent returns since inception in July 2008. Despite launching shortly before the Lehman crisis, FIM returned 3.8% net of fees in 2008.
In 2010 when markets were characterised by a risk-on/risk-off mentality and many macro funds struggled, the fund returned a positive 6.84% net of fees versus benchmark performance of 0.55%. This equates to outperformance of 6.29% which compares well with some other macro funds. Since laun
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