Never mind Santander sponsoring the British GP, Paradigm chief executive Paul Hogarth should be fancying himself as the next Lewis Hamilton as he and team mate Darren Knutton won the 2007 Britcar Championship at Silverstone a couple of weekends ago. The pair, in their Paradigm-sponsored In2 Racing Porsche 997GT3, braved the tricky conditions for two hours to win the inaugural counter of the 2007 Britcar Championship. Hogie drove for one hour 20 minutes before handing over to Knutton, who was racing for only the second time. The team is now leading the European endurance race championship.
Hedge fund multi-manager Fortune Asset Management expects its closed-ended market wizards fund to list on the London Stock Exchange within four weeks.
New Star has bought three fundsthe 34m European growth, 40m UK equity and 115m UK fixed-interest portfolios – with BlackRock taking Tilney’s 10m US growth fund.European growth fund manager Nicholas Sheridan will follow his fund to New Star and it will be rebadged, keeping its existing track record, as a European large-cap fund.The blue-chip portfolio […]
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