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Higham set for Morley return

Old Mutual Asset Managers (OMAM) bond manager Chris Higham is leaving the firm to rejoin Morley Asset Management.

Higham will work a three month leaving notice as co-manager of the OMAM UK dynamic bond fund, a role he took on back in May 2006 alongside OMAM head of fixed interest Andrew Tunks.

Having left Morley back in June 2005, Higham will return to work on the group’s retail range, which has seen the bond side heavily depleted thanks to the loss of the likes of Donna Cabral and Mark Gull.

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