Rodrigs exits River & Mercantile following 'professional conduct' investigation

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Philip Rodrigs has departed River & Mercantile
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Philip Rodrigs has departed River & Mercantile

Well known UK manager Philip Rodrigs has left River & Mercantile Asset Management following an investigation into professional conduct.

The firm said the conduct issue was unrelated to his portfolio management responsibilities and that no client or investor had been affected. Rodrigs was manager of the River & Mercantile £900m UK Equity...

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