As of end October, funds registered for sale in Singapore and/Hong Kong have seen YTD net outflows of US$23.8 billion.

In this series, we examine the top five sectors which have seen the most YTD redemptions.

In this gallery, we examine US equities.

The analysis is based on global fund flows experienced by funds available for sale in Singapore and/or Hong Kong from January to end October 2016.

All flow figures are in US dollars.

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5. AB SICAV I-Select US Equity Portfolio A USD, AB

Managers: Kurt Feuerman

YTD net flows: -$546.5 million

The majority of redemptions from the AB SICAV I-Select US Equity fund took place in September 2016, when investors withdrew $310.6 million from the fund. 

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4. Robeco BP US Premium Equities D USD, Robeco

Managers: Duilio R. Ramallo

YTD net flows: -$640.1 million

After eight consecutive months of outflows in 2016, the Robeco BP US Premium Equities fund finally bucked the trend to draw its first month of net subscription ($44.8 million) in September. In October, however, flows were back in negative territory, with $55.2 million in redemptions.

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3. JPM US Select Equity Plus A Acc USD, JPM AM

Managers: Susan Bao, Tom Luddy

YTD net flows: -$683.7 million

The JPM US Select Equity Plus A fund finally saw signs of respite in October, when investors poured $199.9 million into the fund.

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2. Franklin US Opportunities A (acc) USD, Franklin Templeton

Managers: Grant Bowers, Sara Araghi

YTD net flows: -$1415.7 million

As of end October, the Franklin US Opportunities A fund had yet to garner subscriptions from investors this year. Its heaviest outflow took place in February 2016, when it lost $245.3 million in flows.

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1. Legg Mason ClearBridge US Aggr Growth A Dis A USD, Legg Mason

Managers: Evan Bauman, Richie Freeman

YTD net flows: -$1575.1 million

Outflows from the Legg Mason ClearBridge US fund were the heaviest in the first two months of 2016, when it lost $292 million and $347.5 million in January and February, respectively.

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