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New Star hires fund manager trio

New Star has appointed three new fund managers in a bid to boost performance across some of the funds in its range.

Ex-Barings UK income specialist Charles Deptford and Allianz RCM fund manager Trevor Green will both join the UK desk to help Toby Thompson and Steven Whittaker on their respective UK vehicles.

Meanwhile, BDT fund manager David Cornell joins the emerging markets desk, an area where New Star founder John Duffield has a desire to grow the firms’ offering.

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