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Norwich Union to become global fund manager

Norwich Union Investment Funds is to set up a new range of fund management offices across the globe.

The changes come as part of its restructure after it was bought out by CGU earlier this year, and will see fund managers based in three different continents.

The Japanese fund will be managed from Tokyo, the south east Asian fund will be run from Singapore, while the north American fund will be managed out of Boston.

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