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Fidelity star fund manager Anthony Bolton to step down

Published in Investment
Wednesday, 28 November 2012 07:40
Britain's best-known fund manager, Anthony Bolton of Fidelity, is to retire next year with his reputation as a legendary investor "tarnished" by the relative failure of his £460m China fund.   Bolton, 63, will step down in April 2014 and be replaced by Dale Nicholls, currently manager of Fidelity's Pacific funds.   Known as the kingmaker in sev...

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