Asset manager of the year: DoubleLine Capital

Risk Awards 2015: Critics challenged to look at the data by fund branded ‘not rateable’

Jeffrey Gundlach, DoubleLine

In common with its chief executive and founder, Jeffrey Gundlach, DoubleLine is an asset manager that splits opinion. Launched in December 2009, after Gundlach had been ousted from mutual fund group TCW, the Los Angeles-based firm has gone on to raise around $60 billion from investors, making it the fastest-growing asset management start-up ever.

In July last year, however, fund writers at declared DoubleLine's flagship Total Return Bond Fund "not rateable", saying its holdings

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