Well-known UK manager Philip Rodrigs is understood to be disputing the conclusions of River & Mercantile Asset Management's two-month investigation into his professional conduct, which led to him leaving the firm yesterday.
The group said yesterday the internal disciplinary matter was unrelated to Rodrigs' portfolio management responsibilities and has not impacted the pricing or NAV of any RAMAM fund, while no client or investor...
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