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Announcement of Finalists in NZ Morningstar Awards 2013


Morningstar Announces Finalists in New Zealand Morningstar Awards 2013

Morningstar is pleased to announce the finalists in the New Zealand Morningstar Awards 2013.

The Awards are determined by a combination of fund research analyst conviction, risk-adjusted medium- to long-term track record, and performance in the 2012 calendar year. The winner of the overall Fund Manager of the Year is the fund manager which maintained the highest level of funds management excellence.

The winners will be announced at a function in Auckland on Wednesday 27 February 2013 and published in Morningstar products and services.

Morningstar Awards 2013 Finalists
New Zealand Fund Manager of the Year Fisher Funds, Milford Asset Management, OnePath
KiwiSaver Category, New Zealand Fisher Funds, Milford Asset Management, OnePath
Fixed Interest Category, New Zealand Russell Investments Global Fixed Interest, TOWER BondPlus, Tyndall Investment Management
Domestic Equities Category, New Zealand AMP Capital Investors, Fisher Funds, Milford Asset Management
International Equities Category, New Zealand AMP Capital Investors, BT Funds Management, OnePath

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