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Fund Distribution is sending application forms to investors who may be eligible for compensation over the splits crisis. It expects forms to be with investors by next week, and has set a deadline of 4.30pm on July 18, 2005 for forms to be returned. The company was established in December to make payments to investors […]
Charcol is to re-brand itself to its original name of John Charcol in a move to confirm the firm has well and truly split from Bradford & Bingley.Charcol hopes for the rebranding exercise to be in effect by mid-May and will be carrying it out along with its advertising agency Masius.The move is a return […]
Phil Cliff is to take over from his boss, Darrel ODea, as manager of Threadneedles European Select Growth fund. Cliff has been number two on the team and currently also manages Threadneedles pan-European Accelerando fund. He will now switch roles with ODea, who becomes deputy manager on the select growth fund.
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