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Fidelity hands Shah's Special Values trust to Alex Wright
by Sarah Miloudi on Jul 09, 2012 at 08:50
The investment strategy and company’s benchmark will both remain unchanged under Wright's leadership, and like Shah (pictured), Wright will aim to generate returns by investing in out-of-favour stocks with downside protection and unrecognised growth.
The change of manager will take effect from 1 September, allowing for an orderly handover of the portfolio.
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