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Henderson reveals final manager line-up

Henderson and New Star today completed their merger and revealed the complete fund manager line-up.

As expected, those not on the final list include Toby Thompson (the manager of New Star Higher Income), Charles Deptford (New Star Equity Income) or Phil Roantree (New Star Sterling Bond).

Thompson’s fund is being taken over by the Henderson duo of Graham Kitchen, the head of UK equity, and Andrew Jones, a UK equity manager. They will run Deptford’s mandate.

Stephen Thariyan, the head of credit at Henderson, and Philip Payne, the manager of the Henderson All Stocks Credit and Long Dated Credit funds, are taking over Roantree’s fund.

Other changes to New Star funds see Stuart O’Gorman and Ian Warmerdam take over the Technology fund formerly managed by Lucy Barnays. Andrew Beal, manager of the Henderson TR Pacific fund, has been handed the New Star Pacific Growth trust.

Stephen Peak, the head of European equities at Henderson, will take over New Star UK Alpha, previously managed by Tim Steer, and New Star Hidden Value, previously run by Jamie Allsopp.

Henderson intends to rationalise the fund range later, and will reveal details at the end of May.


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