Marlborough Special Situations to move to IA UK All Companies sector following investment policy change

New mandate means fund can 'run its winners'

Lauren Mason
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Marlborough's Eustace Santa Barbara

Marlborough's Eustace Santa Barbara

The £1.6bn Marlborough Special Situations fund is to move from the Investment Association’s UK Smaller Companies sector to the IA UK All Companies sector, following an FCA-approved investment policy change.

While the fund's primary focus will remain smaller companies, co-managers Eustace Santa Barbara and Guy Feld - who previously ran the vehicle alongside Giles Hargreave until he stepped back from managing...

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