Britain's Most Admired Companies 2011: Value as a long term investment

Here's one for all the wannabe Warren Buffets out there. These firms are the ones with staying power, which offer a great deal to those shareholders who like to play a long game. Fads and fluctuations may come and go, but long-term value remains constant.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

BMAC: Top 10 rated by their value as a long term investment

1 Rotork 8.4
2 Unilever  8.29
3 Aggreko  8.2
3 Telecity Gp  8.2
5 Paddy Power  8.14
6 BG Group  8.13
7 Royal Dutch Shell  8.11
8 Derwent London  8.08
9 Spirax Sarco Engineering  8
9 Weir Group
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- Download a PDF of the top 10 companies rated by their value as a long term investment

- Download a PDF of all companies rated by their value as a long term investment

- Go to the BMAC homepage

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