Lloyd Harris regains Quilter bond funds as Premier Miton appointed manager

Corporate Bond and Investors Diversified Bond funds

James Baxter-Derrington
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Premier Miton's Lloyd Harris

Quilter Investors has appointed Premier Miton as the new manager of two bond funds, returning their mandate to former manager Lloyd Harris following his recent move.

With Premier Miton as delegated manager, head of fixed income Harris will regain control of both the Quilter Investors Corporate Bond fund and the Quilter Investors Diversified Bond fund only three months after he left Merian Global Investors in the throes of its merger with Jupiter Asset Management and relinquished the funds. Premier Miton launches bond funds for ex-Merian team This decision will see Premier Miton become a "global partner", one of a group of asset managers appointed by Quilter Investors to offer a "diverse range of high-quality sub-advised funds" that are "not always...

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