Oak Partnership to demerge as Evenlode becomes independent

Wise Investment, Wise Funds and Evenlode

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The Oak Investment Partnership, which sits above subsidiaries Wise Investment, Wise Funds and Evenlode Investment Management, is demerging from the structure.

From July 2021, the three partner companies will operate as "distinct" employee-owned companies. The restructure is being pursued to allow for greater simplicity and long-term alignment of the partner companies. The Oak Partnership was created in 2016 following a reorganisation of Wise Investment, the firm founded by Tony Yarrow in 1992. Evenlode to launch global equity fund under Elliott and Knoedler That restructure featured the establishment of Wise Funds and Evenlode Investment Management - headed up by Tony's son Hugh Yarrow - as separate businesses. "The Oak Partnership...

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