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PSigma set to tap into European income

PSigma is to launch a European income fund under the management 2CG founders Charles Glasse and Chris Garsten.

The fund is set for an autumn launch, subject to regulatory approval, and will be managed on a sub-advisory basis by the European equity boutique, which was launched back in 2000.

Glasse is well-known to the industry, having previously headed up the M&G continental Europe team and managing the £400m M&G European dividend fund for over ten years.

Garsten managed the Credit Suisse Netherlands fund from its inception in 1992. He also specialised in Germany and Switzerland

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