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Gartmore hires fund managers for global hedge fund

Gartmore has recruited two new fund managers to run a hedge fund for its global fixed income team.

Varkki Chacko, formerly a managing director with Goldman Sachs and Mark Wauton, previously head of European fixed income at UBS Global Asset Management, will manage a global credit hedge fund to be launched over the next three months.

Gartmore head of fixed income Roger Bartley says: “It is a great achievement to have secured people of Varkki and Mark&#39s pedigree and their arrival offers clear evidence of our relentless commitment to our fixed income offering.”

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