Polar position

Smith, James
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p39
In this article the author presents his views regarding the development of Polar Capital Partners, a company set up by Brian Ashford-Russell and Tim Woolley, two of the sector's most respected investors in Great Britain. He illustrates the performance of the company and the fund management side of the business. He states that the key element of the group is marketing, administrative and operational support.


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