Schroders names new co-manager for £3.8bn Global Sustainable Growth fund as Davidson departs

Scott MacLennan takes on new role

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Scott MacLennan will take over at the end of July.
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Scott MacLennan will take over at the end of July.

Schroders has named Scott MacLennan as the new co-manager of the £3.8bn Schroder Global Sustainable Growth fund following the sudden departure of Katherine Davidson, after 14 years at the firm.

Davidson was co-portfolio manager for the Schroder Global Sustainable Growth fund and had recently assumed responsibility for the Schroder Sustainable Growth and Income strategy. In a statement,...

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