Brown Shipley plans to substantially grow the size of its Solus Sterling Bond fund, backed by manager Kevin Doran's conviction that the fallout from the credit crisis has uncovered tremendous opportunities for fixed interest investment.
Since Doran took over running of the fund in September 2001, it has grown from £16m under management to around £75m at present. However, the firm aims to grow the fund to £325m within five years, equating...
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