Update: GAM snaps up ex-Artemis manager Gosden; plans for income fund launch

Spent 13 years at Artemis

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Adrian Gosden

GAM has confirmed the hire of Adrian Gosden, former co-manager of the £6.1bn Artemis Income fund, while announcing plans to launch an equity income fund later in the year.

Gosden left Artemis in June last year after spending 13 years managing the High Income fund alongside Adrian Frost and Nick Shenton, both of whom continue to run the fund, and the £1.1bn High Income fund,...

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