First State to limit inflows to Tulloch's Asia Pacific Leaders

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First State Investments will no longer accept new platform business for its £5.6bn Asia Pacific Leaders and offshore Global Emerging Markets Select funds in an effort to limit inflows.

In a conference call with investors this morning, Angus Tulloch, co-manager of Asia Pacific Leaders with Alistair Thompson, said the group was seeking to stem capacity. "We have always made a point...

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