Schroders' Japanese equities veteran Andrew Rose to retire

After nearly 40 years at Schroders

Jayna Rana
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Andrew Rose has worked at Schroders since 1981
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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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