Threadneedle U.S. Fund Manager Quits
Threadneedle’s U.S. fund manager, Andrew Holliman, is stepping down from his role.
Threadneedle’s U.S. fund manager, Andrew Holliman, is stepping down from his role, Financial Times reports. He is expected to join Polar Capital to unveil a new fund. He will be replaced by the firm’s U.S. equities head, Cormac Weldon.
Weldon will take over as lead manager of the £1.6 billion fund and be assisted by fund manager, Stephen Moore. Jeremy Podger, the firm’s head of global equities, will manage the offshore Global Extended Alpha fund along with Steve Thornber.
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