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Schroders appoints Colback to global emerging markets fund

Schroders has appointed Lucy Colback as the new manager of its Global Emerging Markets fund as the first step in an overhaul of the fund.

Colback, who takes over from Giles Neville, will now restructure the fund under a more aggressive mandate, firstly trimming the number of stocks to 130 from 150.

Colback has worked at Schroders since 1994, and has been part of the emerging markets team since 1996.

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