Deptford joins Smith & Williamson on UK funds

SaIih, Chris
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p8
The article reports on the recruitment of fund manager Charles Deptford by financial services provider Smith & Williamson Investment Management (S&W) in Great Britain in 2009. Deptford will be responsible for the management of S&W's equity growth, special situations trusts and short enterprise offshore fund. The company is confident that Deptford will help it position itself better in the market and help improve financial performance.


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