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Wells Street Journal: How not to impress a fund manager

Picture the scene. Coldplay are deep into the encore of their recent concert at the Royal Albert Hall, the crowd are waving their lighters, those sitting in the boxes are now, in unison, on their feet as Chris Martin serenades them with some good old fashioned stadium rock. 

Well, every box but one. The Wells Street Journal can exclusively reveal a photo that shows three giants of the multi-asset multi-manager world – Liontrust’s John Husselbee, Aberdeen’s Graham Duce and Rathbones’ David Coombs – might not have been enjoying the gig quite as much as everyone else. Try and spot which box they are in… 

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  1. Husselbee, Duce and Coombs are the only ones in that photo who should *not* be embarrassed. The only reason anyone should be standing up for that bland woeful dire housewife-rock is to leave.

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