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National Mutual launches five managed equity funds

National Mutual is launching a range of five actively managed equity funds to complement its existing range of pension funds.


The five funds which constitute the select equity range will be managed externally. This follows the pension specialist&#39s decision to out-source the management of its equity funds in October last year.


The UK equity and North American equity funds will be managed by JP Morgan, the European equity and Far East equity by Goldman Sachs and the Japanese equity by Schroders.


The new equity select funds will be available from July 1.


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