The announcement by Stewart Investors that Angus Tulloch and Jonathan Asante are stepping down from a number of funds will have unsettled investors, perhaps far more than any other high profile manager moves of the past.
Vehicles including the £705m Asia Pacific and £678m Global Emerging Market funds have been mainstays of portfolios for decades. Even during times of stress for the regions in which they invest, such as...
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