The Templeton Emerging Markets Investment trust (TEMIT) is positioning itself to capture a "widespread recovery" in emerging markets equities in the second half of 2018, as Franklin Templeton's £1.9bn investment company sets about "rebuilding the team".
Martin Currie's Andrew Ness joined TEMIT as a portfolio manager last week, to serve alongside lead manager Chetan Sehgal following the departure of long-standing managers Mark Mobius and Carlos Hardenberg,...
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