Ninety One UK Alpha removed from ii Super 60 Rated list over Brazier exit

Departure of Simon Brazier

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interactive investor has removed the £1.1bn Ninety One UK Alpha fund from its Super 60 rated list due to the departure of manager Simon Brazier, expected at the end of May.

The move comes after a formal review initiated by interactive investor in February 2023, following news of Brazier's upcoming departure. Ninety One UK Alpha loses Square Mile A rating following manager change A Ninety One spokesperson said in February that Brazier wanted to "take some time to consider the next step in his career".  Brazier has co-managed the fund with Anna Farmbrough since July 2022.  He is replaced as co-manager by Ben Needham, who currently manages the firm's UK Equity Income fund.  Ninety One's £2bn Global Environment fund increases bets on Chinese climat...

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