Nick Train has doubled his holding in Schroders but has called for the UK asset manager to tackle the US market to join the ranks of the global elite.
According to the FT, Train increased his stake in the asset management giant after it experienced share price falls last year. Schroders fell some 30% in 2018, although it has seen a recovery this year....
From Q1 2020
Little progress in boosting numbers of female executives
AUM up due to strong markets
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