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Invesco Perpetual boosts Asian equities team

Invesco Perpetual has hired Tim Dickson as fund manager within its Asian equities team in Henley.

Dickson joins from Scottish Widows Investment Partnership where he was investment director for the global emerging markets and Asian desk. He was portfolio manager for a number of Asia (ex Japan) funds including segregated and standalone mandates and since May 2006 was the sole manager of SWIP’s Asian funds. Prior to SWIP, Dickson worked at F&C as assistant director of the Pacific equities desk.

Invesco Perpetual head of Asian equities Stuart Parks says: “I am extremely pleased with this appointment. Tim has a strong investment background and his extensive knowledge of Asian markets will further strengthen our existing team and enhance our ability to continue to generate strong long term investment returns for our clients.”


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