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JO Hambro closes Japan Fund

JO Hambro has closed its Japan fund, managed by Scott McGlashan, at the pre-agreed level of 200m.

Investment has been capped to preserve McGlashans ability to run the money without inhibiting performance. The fund has reached its target assets in less than twelve months, following strong support.

JO Hambro chief executive Nichola Pease says: “We have received excellent report for Scotts fund from investors who recognise his enviable and successful track record in investing in Japanese equities.”


Reshuffle sets up two camps

Prime Minister Tony Blair’s post-election reshuffle has seen a consolidation of Brownites at the Treasury with the top Department for Work and Pensions posts filled by Blair supporters.

Service is a two-way street, L&G tells IFAs

Service is a two-way street and advisers need to focus on improving their communications with providers, says Legal & General group product and corporate director John Pollock.

Naming a reward programme

Six tips to get your reward programme name right

by Debra Corey, group reward director  Choosing a name isn’t easy. Whether it’s for your new puppy, a bundle of joy or your reward programme, a name determines a first impression – and often a lasting memory. When it comes to your reward programme, the name will determine how your employees feel about it even before […]


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