Top fund manager Denning quits Capital Group after BBC Panorama investigation

Denies any wrongdoing

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Top fund manager Denning quits Capital Group after BBC Panorama investigation

Mark Denning, who helped to run $300bn of assets at Capital Group, has resigned from his role after he was alleged to have secretly bought shares for his own benefit in some of the same companies as his funds.

Denning allegedly opened a secretive fund based in Liechtenstein, called Morebath Fund Global Opportunities, which apparently is named after the village of Morebath in North Devon, where Denning owns a...

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