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Invesco Perpetual fund manager quits

Invesco Perpetual global dynamic theme fund manager Andrew Callender, 37, is t quit the firm and retire from fund management. Callender has run the £120m fund since he returned to the UK from the £120m fund since he returned to the UK from his role as Invesco&#39s Japan chief investment officer at the start of last year.

Invesco deputy chief investment officer Bill Barton will assume control of the fund ahead f several new appointments to the global equities desk.

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