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Artemis Income and High Income Funds - manager departure

Heather Ferguson | Wed 22 June 2016

Investments can go down as well as up so there is always a danger that you could get back less than you invest. Nothing here is personalised advice, if unsure you should seek advice.

Adrian Gosden will step down as co-manager of the Artemis Income and High Income funds and leave the business later this month.

Adrian Frost has been at the helm of the Artemis Income Fund since January 2002 and will continue to co-manage the fund alongside Nick Shenton, who joined the UK equity income team in 2012. They will also continue to provide input on the Artemis High Income Fund and work closely with Alex Ralph, the other existing co-manager.

It was anticipated Adrian Gosden would ultimately succeed Adrian Frost as lead manager of the Income fund following his future retirement. While he has no imminent plan to retire, Artemis will seek to bolster the team over the coming years to ensure they have enough experience and talent to assume responsibility for the fund at this point.

Adrian Gosden has been an integral member of the UK equity income team since 2003. While it is disappointing to see an experienced member of the team leave, we rate Adrian Frost and the remaining team highly and have faith in their ability to perform without Adrian Gosden's input. We are confident they will find a suitable replacement and will keep in close contact with Artemis as the team adapt to this change.

The Artemis Income Fund remains on the Wealth 150+, while the Artemis High Income Fund remains on the Wealth 150.

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Please read the key features/key investor information document for Artemis Income in addition to the information above.

Please read the key features/key investor information document for Artemis High Income in addition to the information above.

Important information - Please remember the value of investments, and any income from them, can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. This article is provided to help you make your own investment decisions, it is not advice. If you are unsure of the suitability of an investment for your circumstances please seek advice. No news or research item is a personal recommendation to deal.


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