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A quartile represents a quarter of the number of Funds in a sector. A Fund’s quartile position will depend on its performance compared with other Funds in its sector. For example a Fund which has done very well and beaten the sector average will appear in the top or second quartile. A Fund which has under-performed will appear in the third or fourth quartile.
A minimum number of people required to pass an extraordinary resolution.