F&C's Ted Scott is returning to work next week after three months' sick leave.
The star manager, who ran both F&C's Stewardship Growth and Income funds, had been suffering with headaches following a skiing accident that took place around 20 years ago.
Scott is expected to resume his former duties, picking up from co-manager Hilary Aldridge and Opportunties fund manager Phil Doel, who took on his portfolios in his absence.Investment Week
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