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Gosden to leave Artemis Income fund after 13 years

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Adrian Gosden, co-manager of the £6.1bn Artemis Income fund, will be leaving the firm later this month.

Gosden had been with the Artemis UK equity team for 13 years, joining in 2003.

Co-manager Adrian Frost, who leads the Artemis Income team, will continue to run the fund and a number of institutional income mandates also run by Gosden.

Artemis’ senior partner Mark Murray says: “In his time with us, Adrian has made a considerable contribution to Artemis. He will leave with our thanks and very best wishes.”

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