Update: Stewart Investors' Tulloch to take non-exec role on new trust

Announced retirement from fund management

Natalie Kenway
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Tulloch (centre) picked up the Outstanding Fund Manager at the 2015 Investment Week Fund Manager of the Year Awards from comedian Hugh Dennis (left)
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Tulloch (centre) picked up the Outstanding Fund Manager at the 2015 Investment Week Fund Manager of the Year Awards from comedian Hugh Dennis (left)

Renowned emerging markets fund manager Angus Tulloch will take the role of non-executive director on a yet-to-be-launched global small-cap trust, despite announcing retirement from Stewart Investors after almost 30 years running its Asia Pacific fund.

The 68-year-old announced he would retire from his role as co-manager on the on the £883m Stewart Investors Asia Pacific fund, which he has managed since June 1988, this September. However, Stewart Investors said Tulloch (pictured) will be a non-executive director on a new, global small-cap trust, which it intends to launch later this year. A statement from the group said: "Angus has decided to retire from Stewart Investors on 30 September 2017 at the age of 68. "Over the last 29 years Angus has been a leading member of our business. He joined Stewart Ivory in 1988 to establish an ...

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