Little fund from Denmark beats global giants with highest return across five years

Othania Invest has outperformed larger investment companies by a significant return margin across a five-year period.

The two brothers, Christian Mørup-Larsen and Vincent Dilling-Larsen, aged 31 and 33 years, respectively, founded Othania in 2016 with DKK 2.2m (EUR 300m) in seed capital invested by friends and family. | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/Ritzau Scanpix

Morningstar has just awarded Danish asset manager Othania Invest top rank among 134 funds for having generated a return of 67 percent across five years.

With a return of precisely 67.82-percent, Othania has surpassed large global investment firms such as UBS and Schoders by a wide margin. Within the category Balanced EUR Flexible Allocation Global, meaning funds offering a variable mix of equities and bonds, the former noted a return of 30.23 percent, while the latter's top fund reaped a 30.9-percent.

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