Mirabaud's European small-cap manager Nicholson to retire

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Mirabaud Asset Management's European small-cap manager Ken Nicholson is to retire later this year, after three years with the firm.

He joined the group in 2015 and launched the €125m Mirabaud Equities Pan Europe Small and Mid-Cap, and €89.1m Europe Ex-UK Small and Mid-Cap funds in the November with Trevor Fitzgerald as co-manager. Nicholson previously left his post as manager of the SLI European Smaller Companies SICAV in July 2014, after a 15-year stint working in the team alongside head of UK smaller companies Harry Nimmo. A statement from Mirabaud said: "We can confirm that Ken Nicholson, lead manager of the Mirabaud Equities Pan Europe Small and Mid-Cap and Europe Ex-UK Small and Mid-Cap funds will be retiring...

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