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Henderson poaches fund manager

Henderson Global Investors has poached a UK retail fund manager from Morley Fund Management.

Richard Prew will manage Henderson’s portfolio of UK retail equity growth funds.

At MFM he was responsible for restructuring the £800m UK equity Oeic and also spent eight years at Sun Alliance.

Henderson Global Investors chief investment officer of UK retail says "We are delighted to have someone of Richard’s calibre and track record joining our UK retail team."

"This is a significant step forward in achieving a clearly focused UK retail fund capability and will enable us to build on our success to date."

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