Sloane Robinson has two new co-managers on its SR Europe
long/short equity fund, following news that Rupert Dyson
– who had led the firm’s European team
since 2000 – is leaving the firm and taking a break
from the investment industry.
In a statement to the Irish Stock Exchange on 6 August, the
firm announced that a new two-man team, led by Michael Hufton
with support from Nathan Wong, will replace Dyson as
co-managers of the fund.
Sloane Robinson, which had total assets of about $7.4
billion at the end of...