Success for T. Rowe Price at Morningstar Fund Awards

For the third consecutive year, T. Rowe Price has been named Best Overall Fund House in Luxembourg and Belgium and Best Fixed Income Fund House in France (for the third time) and Luxembourg (for the third time) and Belgium (for the fourth consecutive year) at the 2019 Morningstar Fund Awards.


We believe these awards are testament to the ability of our strategic investing approach, underpinned by the rigour of our independent research and experienced investment teams, to create value for our clients over the longer term.


The Morningstar Fund House Awards recognise those fund families that have delivered sustained outperformance on a risk-adjusted basis across their fund line-ups. Only those funds with five-year Morningstar Ratings are eligible for inclusion in the scoring. As at 31 December 2018, over 79% of T. Rowe Price’s SICAV fund range with a five-year track record had outperformed their Morningstar category median over five years.


At the local level, we continue to strategically assess and expand our investment offerings and research capabilities to deliver investment solutions that meet the needs of investors. As of 31 March 2019, we offer a diversified range of 43 Luxembourg-domiciled SICAV funds, which invest across multiple asset classes, capitalisations, sectors, styles, and regions.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.


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