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Landman retires from Thames

Thames River Capital co-head of emerging market equities Rory Landman is retiring from fund management in his late 40s.

Landman built his reputation as head of emerging markets at Barings, working alongside head of emerging Europe Martin Taylor. The pair moved to Thames River in 2001 to build its emerging markets team.

The team runs three funds – Eastern European, global emer-ging markets and the 430m Nevsky long/short hedge fund.

TRC sales director Edward Morse says: “Rory leaves us on good terms. He has been ext-remely successful and decided to move out of fund management to pursue other interests. He is lucky enough to have made sufficient money to do so.”

Hargreaves Lansdown senior analyst Meera Patel says: “Landman’s departure will be a sad loss to TRC’s team.”

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