AXA IM's Nigel Thomas to retire

Chris St John to take over £3bn UK Select Opps fund

Beth Brearley
Nigel Thomas has spent 40 years in asset management

Nigel Thomas has spent 40 years in asset management

AXA IM's Nigel Thomas is to retire in March 2019 after 40 years in asset management, with Chris St John assuming control of the £3bn UK Select Opportunities fund.  

St John, who will continue to manage the £200m AXA Framlington UK Mid-Cap fund and will remain as lead manager on the AXA WF Framlington UK Fund, an offshore multi-cap UK equities mandate with a similar...

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