The Predictability of Managerial Heterogeneities in Mutual Funds
Jun Huang and
Albert Y. Wang
Financial Management, 2015, vol. 44, issue 4, 947-979
type="main"> Using a sample of Chinese mutual funds, we empirically assess how managerial heterogeneity affects mutual fund performance. We find that funds with higher manager fixed effects outperform those with lower manager fixed effects by 2% per year. We also note that fund performance improves after managers with higher fixed effects are hired. The results are consistent with the notion that manager fixed effects are associated with managerial innate ability. Finally, we find that investors pay attention to managerial attributes beyond the traditional performance measures, providing supporting evidence for the rational explanation of convex flow-performance sensitivity in the literature.
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