Richard Staveley leaves Gresham House and steps down from GHS trust

With immediate effect

Lauren Mason
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Richard Staveley is to leave Gresham House
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Richard Staveley is to leave Gresham House

Richard Staveley, co-manager of the Gresham House Strategic (GHS) investment trust and managing director at Gresham House, has resigned from the business after a 20-month tenure and will leave with immediate effect.

Staveley, who is additionally sole manager of the open-ended Gresham House UK Smaller Companies fund since June 2020, will also step down as co-manager of the £49.4m GHS trust, which he runs alongside investment committee chair Tony Dalwood and deputy fund manager Laurence Hulse. GHS, which accounts for £58m of Gresham House's £4bn of assets under management, is one of several funds managed by Gresham House's strategic equity team, which includes Hulse and Dalwood, and has Gresham House fund managers Ken Wotton and Graham Bird on its committee. Chair of Gresham House Strategic trust D...

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