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Norwich Union Investment Funds relocation nears completion


Norwich Union Investment Funds is in the final stages of completing its relocation to London.


The majority of its fund managers are already based in London, while the remainder will complete the move by July.


The relocation is part of a strategy to promote NU&#39s investment capabilities, which has seen the company launch a specialist investment sales force and rebrand the fund management arm as NUIF.


NU has made several appointments over recent months to reinforce its fund management team and is currently recruiting support staff.

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