Henderson Global Investors is to launch a growth and income to be run by Graham Kitchen and Andy Jones when they join the firm in October. Kitchen was recruited from Threadneedle while Jones runs Invesco Perpetual’s income and growth fund.
Investment funds under management for June 2005 were up by 19 per cent on figures for June 2004 at a 298bn. Isa funds under management of 41bn also rose by 21 per cent.
Credit Suisse Asset Management has ann-ounced the dates of its 2005 multi-manager roadshow for IFAs. Robert Burdett and Gary Potter, joint heads of the firm’s multi-manager services, will be visiting 14 venues during September. It starts in Glasgow on September 5 and finishes in London on September 16.
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