Invesco Perpetual's Boyne and McGraw exit


Invesco Perpetual global equity income managers Paul Boyne (pictured) and Doug McGraw have left the group to take up new roles at a North American firm.

The pair's £300m Invesco Perpetual Global Equity Income fund will now be managed by CIO Nick Mustoe, supported by the asset manager's global equity team. Invesco said it will hire a new fund manager...

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