Henderson European Trust's Bennett focuses in on German utilities

Morris, Pamela
October 2014
Fundweb;10/10/2014, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses the efforts of John Bennett, Henderson European Trust manager and head of European equities at Henderson Global Investors Ltd. (HGI) to focus on German utility companies in his portfolio's utility theme. Information is presented on steps taken by Bennett to sell the trust's position as part of plans to re-focus this theme on German utility companies. The investment trust's ownership of Enel SpA outside of Germany is reported.


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