Church House rings the changes on UK Managed Growth fund

New plans announced ahead of name change

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James Mahon of Church House Investment Management
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James Mahon of Church House Investment Management

The £71.6m Church House UK Managed Growth fund is expecting formal approval of its more befitting new name of UK Equity Growth in preparation for marketing to the wider financial services community.

Lead manager and joint chief investment officer (CIO) alongside Jeremy Wharton, James Mahon, launched the fund in July 2000 as a vehicle for Church House Investments' private clients to access quality...

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