Gartmore fund managers Leigh Himsworth, John Anderson and Dan Roberts are among seven exiting the firm as Henderson reveals its new line up.
In the long-awaited revamp of the combined fund range, Henderson confirmed Leigh Himsworth's UK Alpha and UK Growth funds will merge into the Henderson UK Alpha fund.
Himsworth himself is exiting along with John Anderson, Dan Roberts, Jan De Bruijn, Mike Gleason and Kam Tugnait.
Henderson said Anderson's range of funds would be merged into its existing bond fund range.
His Corporate Bond fund is merging into the All Stocks Credit fund, while the Fixed Interest fund becomes part of the Sterling Bond fund.
Roberts, who runs the Gartmore UK Equity Income fund, has seen his fund merged into the Henderson Higher Income portfolio, managed by Graham Kitchen and Andrew Jones.
As part of the rationalisation, Charlie Awdry's SICAV China Opportunities fund has been merged into the Henderson Horizon China fund, although he will continue to run the China Opportunities fund at Henderson.
Meanwhile, Gartmore's multi-manager range will be merged into Henderson's funds, with Tony Lanning working alongside Henderson head of multi-manager, Bill McQuaker.
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