'No copycat products' - Invesco Perpetual's plan for GARS recruits

Natalie Kenway
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Invesco Perpetual is hoping to match the success of its £15bn fixed income range with the launch of its upcoming multi-asset arm, following the hire of three managers from Standard Life Investments' GARS team.

David Millar, Dave Jubb and Richard Batty have left their roles within SLI’s £12bn strategy and will relocate to Henley when they join Invesco Perpetual in the new year. Ian Trevers (pictured), head of distribution at Invesco Perpetual, said the team is “buzzing with new ideas”, but added any new products launched will have specific differences to the GARS offering. “At Invesco Perpetual, we are known for having long-term time investment horizons and taking contrarian views and sticking to them. There will be no copycat products but something that is unique and identifiably Invesco, a...

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