Marlborough Fund Managers founder Geoff Hitchin to retire

50-year career

Lauren Mason
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Marlborough Fund Managers' Geoff Hitchin
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Marlborough Fund Managers' Geoff Hitchin

Founder of Marlborough Fund Managers Geoff Hitchin is retiring after more than 50 years in the industry, and 34 years of running the £378m Global Bond fund.

Hitchin, who founded MFM in 1986 after spending 20 years as a tax officer and consultant, launched Marlborough Global Bond in 1987 and subsequently the £21.3m Marlborough Bond Income fund in 1998. Since...

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