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The firm will return AUM invested across its three local currency government bond funds
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The firm will return AUM invested across its three local currency government bond funds

Emerging market debt fund management boutique 1167 Capital is to close and return $374m of assets to investors, Investment Week has learned.

The firm, which was founded by Matthew Sethard-Wright, Michael Mabbutt, and Felix Martin in 2016, will return AUM invested across its three local currency government bond funds - the 1167 Active Funds...

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