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More industry accolades for Marlborough’s David Walton

Marlborough European Special Situations Manager David Walton has earned two more industry accolades.


The fund has been named Best European Small and Mid-Cap Fund over 10 Years in the 2024 LSEG Lipper Fund Awards. Last year, it was named Best European Small and Mid-Cap Fund over Five Years in the Refinitiv Lipper UK Fund Awards 2023.

In addition, David has earned a place in the FE fundinfo Alpha Manager Hall of Fame, which recognises managers who have held an FE fundinfo Alpha Manager rating for seven consecutive years or more.

The Alpha Manager rating has been designed to identify fund managers who have consistently outperformed over time. Only the top 10% of managers receive the accolade.

Charles Younes, Deputy Chief Investment Officer at FE fundinfo, said: “The Alpha Manager Hall of Fame is designed to recognise those fund managers who consistently deliver excellence in the industry. Those in the Hall of Fame have risen above the market volatility of recent decades, delivering above-average returns during unprecedented circumstances such as multiple economic crashes, a global pandemic and a host of geopolitical conflicts.

“It is due to their endeavours to deliver consistent results during these exceptional times that they are valued so highly within the industry.”

Marlborough Multi-Cap Growth Manager Richard Hallett was shortlisted for Best Alpha Manager – UK Equities in the FE fundinfo 2024 Alpha Manager of the Year Awards.

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