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Axa Framlington bolsters emerging markets team

Axa Framlington has appointed Neil Denman as a fund manager on the group’s emerging markets team.

Denman will report to William Calvert, who heads up the team and is lead manager on the £145m emerging markets fund.

Denman joins from Hexam Capital Partners where co-managed the global resources absolute return fund.

Axa Framlington chief executive officer Robert Kyprianou says: “The expansion of our team and our emerging markets offering are important developments for Axa Framlington. We are now seeing a lot of interest in our capability from investors in Europe as well as those in the UK. It is therefore important for us to continue to strengthen, enhance and support our growing team.”

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