Invesco Perpetual combines EMs and Asian equities team ahead of Parks' and Newman's retirement

Joining up over £13.8bn of assets

Natalie Kenway
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Invesco Perpetual's Stuart Parks is set to retire next year
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Invesco Perpetual's Stuart Parks is set to retire next year

Invesco Perpetual has merged its emerging market and Asian equities teams under the co-leadership of William Lam and Ian Hargreaves, ahead of the retirement of previous team heads Stuart Parks and Dean Newman next year.

Amid an ongoing succession plan, the £13.2bn Asian equities franchise has combined with the £693.2m emerging markets equity business to form the Asian & emerging markets equities team after working closely...

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