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Martin Gray

Martin Gray

About Martin Gray

Martin Grey began his fund management career in 1979, he established the investment division of a UK authorised company in 1987, becoming a director in 1990. Martin joined Miton Investments as a fund manager and director in 1994 and has been responsible for the management of the CF Miton Strategic Portfolio since launch in December 1996 and also the Special Situations Portfolio which was launched a year later. Martin became a manager of CF Miton Total Return in August 2008 and the Global Diversified Income Fund in May 2012.

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