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The company is in a good position to achieve outperformance through the cost efficiencies and top performance against customer service Outcome Delivery Incentives (ODIs).
Running for more than 30 years in over 20 countries around the world, the awards are based on Lipper's proven proprietary methodology and measure only the highest achievements of outperformance to respective shareholders.
Analysts attributed the outperformance to the implementation of bailout measures and increased efforts to improve the state's revenue collection capacity.
SCM Direct's conclusion is that, if you strip out the effects of this bias towards smaller companies, the outperformance for all-companies funds entirely disappeared and almost entirely disappeared for income funds.
He added that, theoretically, if outperformance were high, then investing in active funds just might be worthwhile despite the low probability of a payoff.
This is also good news for emerging markets, and we expect them to sustain their outperformance relative to G7 economies.
However, given the recent absolute and relative outperformance of Russian oil and gas names, we believe it is now time to reduce exposure to the sector, with one exception.
The awards demonstrate consistent outperformance despite last year's choppy market.
In addition, the Emirates Balanced Managed Fund attracted investor interest registering two per cent outperformance against the benchmark to return 8.
Most studies show that consistent outperformance over successive years is very difficult to achieve, particularly in developed markets where the accessibility of information levels the playing field.
Perhaps the outperformance was more luck than skill in the first place, perhaps the market environment changed and that turned a successful strategy into one unsuited to the market ecology; or perhaps managers just becomes less interested as they make more money.
30% in Aggressive Income Funds Category, translating into an outperformance of 13.
The Epsom firm put the outperformance down to strong cost controls and an order book boosted by recent contract wins.
We believe that a Modelo acquisition would provide a catalyst for outperformance.
Another common assumption that has proven invalid is that falling interest rates propel small-cap outperformance, as these companies will benefit from less expensive debt to fund their growth.