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Jenkins becomes head of Japanese equities at F&C

F&C has appointed Jamie Jenkins as head of Japanese equities reporting to Mike Hanbury-Williams, head of Pacific equities.
Jenkins will be responsible for delivering consistent out performance across F&C’s Japanese equity products.
Mark Perrin has been transferred across from the Asia desk where he worked as an analyst for three years and will now report to Jenkins as assistant fund manager.
Hanbury-Williams says: “Over the last two years our core Japanese process has delivered strong performance. Jamie’s focus will be on implementing this across all our Japanese products.”

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