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Miton drops PSigma brand

Miton drops PSigma brand

The Miton Group is to rebrand the PSigma funds it acquired last year with its own name.

From 3 November 2014, the PSigma Income, PSigma American and PSigma Global Equity funds will become the Miton Income, Miton American and Miton Global Equity funds, respectively.

The funds’ investment objectives and management will not change.

‘This is the natural next step for the PSigma funds following the acquisition,’ said Ian Chimes, head of sales and marketing at Miton.

‘We will be moving forward under the strong and reputable brand that Miton Group has become. We would like to assure clients this change will have no impact on the investment strategy of the funds or the way the funds are managed.’

Wealth Manager revealed in July that veteran manager Bill Mott (pictured) would be retiring at the end of the year, handing the Income fund over to Eric Moore and Citywire AA-rated Gervais Williams.

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