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Himsworth goes to Royal London

Rensburg mid-250 manager Leigh Himsworth is going to Royal London Asset Management at the end of March to run mid cap equities.

RLAM has yet to finalise its plans for Himsworth, whose departure from Rensburg was announced last week, but he is expected to be running life and pensions money for the firm. He will report to RLAM’s head of equities Jane Coffey.

He will be replaced at Rensburg on February 1 by former Rensburg UK Smaller Companies Trust manager Paul Spencer who left the firm after running the fund from 1991 to 1995 and is currently head of research at TD Waterhouse in Leeds.

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