Fund manager moves: latest changes revealed

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Who has decided upon a new career path? Which firm has reshuffled its management team? We reveal the latest fund manager moves.

Neptune

Thomas Sinclair no longer manages the Neptune South East Asia fund after being named its lead manager two years ago.

It has now been taken over by Ewan Thompson who runs a number of other emerging market focused funds such as the Neptune India and Neptune Emerging Markets fund.

Schelcher Prince Gestion

Frédéric Salomon no longer manages the €90 million Épargne Privée bond fund which is now managed by Bertrand Prince. The fund mainly invests in bonds rated higher than BBB and can also invest in convertible bonds.

KBL Richelieu

Olivier de La Ferrière no longer co-runs the KBL Richlieu Special Monde and KBL Richelieu 4 Continents funds.

On the Special Monde he has been replaced by Clémence Bounaix, who also runs the 4 Continents. She has now been joined by Julien Quistrebert on the KBL Richelieu 4 Continents fund who has taken over the co-manager role from de La Ferrière.

Also, Dominique Dequidt no longer co-runs the KBL Richelieu Europe fund. He has been replaced by Chicuong Dang who joins Nathalie Martin Pelras as the fund's new co-manager.

Here are other manager moves as covered by Citywire Global over the past couple of weeks.

Fund management chief exits London boutique

PIMCO hands equity reins to ex-Harvard man

Henderson hires US credit team for global fixed income push

F&C hires fund of funds star for senior alternatives role

Former EDRAM boss resurfaces with consultancy firm

French duo split after manager exit

Five major names quit ING for Neuberger Berman

Schroders' interest rate chief exits