Carmignac confident of recovery after hefty 2014 outflows

Alice Rigby
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Carmignac Gestion's Didier Saint-Georges has said that the company is confident it can reverse the significant outflows it saw in 2014.

Carmignac saw €6.4bn (£4.8bn) of outflows in the first half of last year, equivalent to more than 10% of its total assets under management, a result the company blamed on 2013 performance. Saint-Georges,...

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