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Rensburg’s Anderson set to depart

Rensburg corporate bond trust manager John Anderson is leaving the firm after nine years.

Anderson is currently working through a six-month notice period on the £40m fund, which has consistently been top-quartile for the past five years.

Anderson joined Rensburg in 2000, his new role has yet to be disclosed.

Rensburg Fund Management chief executive officer Alex Brotherston says: “We have taken immediate steps to inform the fund’s key investors of the handover that will be taking place in six months time. 

“They in turn have responded very positively to our efforts to keep them fully informed and appreciate that it will be some while before we will be in a position to make any announcement concerning the new fund manager.”


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