Schroders' Japanese equities veteran Andrew Rose to retire

After nearly 40 years at Schroders

Jayna Rana
Andrew Rose has worked at Schroders since 1981

Andrew Rose has worked at Schroders since 1981

Schroders' Andrew Rose, manager of the £2.3bn Schroder Tokyo fund and £250m Schroder Japan Growth investment trust has announced plans to retire in June.

Rose (pictured) joined Schroders in 1981 and has held a number of roles within the Japan division including senior investment officer for Japan and most recently, head of Japanese equities. His ...

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