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Rensburg Fund Management to be renamed as Franklin Templeton

Rensburg, having been acquired by Franklin Templeton in January, will undergo the rebranding from October 17.

Following FSA and pending unitholder approval, all six of Rensburg¹s funds will convert from unit trusts into Oeics, all of which will adopt the
Franklin prefix.

Franklin Templeton head of UK distribution Ian Wilkins has said that the changes will not affect the running of the Rensburg units: the Rensburg fund managers will continue to enjoy full independence ­- both the team and the investment process remain unchanged. What has changed since the acquisition is the level of support the team can draw on.

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