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Mundy gets co-manager on Global Special Sits

Mark Wynne-Jones has been made co-manager on the Investec Global Special Situations fund alongside Alastair Mundy.

Wynne-Jones has been a part of Investec Asset Management’s contrarian team of managers since he joined in August 2005.
Before that he worked as head of UK research at UBS Wealth Management and also spent time at Cavendish Asset Management as fund manager.

All of Mundy’s funds – Global Special Situations, UK Special Situations and Cautious Managed – are run using Investec’s contrarian investment process.

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