Mercantile Investment Trust manager to exit JPMAM after 37 years

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Martin Hudson to leave JPMAM
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Martin Hudson to leave JPMAM

Martin Hudson is set to leave his role as portfolio manager within the J.P. Morgan Asset Management international behavioural finance team and step down from the management of The Mercantile Investment Trust after 37 years with the business.

Hudson (pictured), who has been with the firm since 1982, is expected to leave the group in Q4 and is stepping down from his portfolio management responsibilities on the trust today (5 August). The...

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