JPMto merge health funds

Salih, Chris
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p3
The article reports on the move of J.P. Morgan Asset Management to merge its offshore global healthtech and global life sciences funds into a new healthcare vehicle in Great Britain. It mentions that the new healthcare fund, which will be available in October 2009, will be managed by Anne Marden and Scott Braunstein. Mike Parson, head of British retail sales, stated that through the merger, investors will be able to gain access to wider investments.


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