Columbia Threadneedle manager Thornber passes away

Worked at company since 1994

Laura Dew


Columbia Threadneedle's Stephen Thornber, manager of the £1.8bn Threadneedle Global Equity Income fund, has sadly passed away, the group has announced.

Thornber (pictured) had worked at Columbia Threadneedle since 1994 when the firm was founded and was manager of the £1.8bn Threadneedle Global Equity Income fund since its launch in 2007. The firm said...

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