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Fund manager exits global debt, chief resignsBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | THURSDAY, 13 JUN 2019 12:29PM
Supervised Investments' chief executive Michael Ohlsson has resigned following a decision by the fund manager to pull out of global debt markets.
Read more: Equity Trustees, Michael Ohlsson, Supervised Investments Australia Limited, Supervised Global Income Fund, Barclays Global Investors, Carden Treasury Corporation, Fidelity Investments Australia, Financial Standard, InvestCap, Phil Carden, Sanlam Limited, Sanlam Private Wealth, SPW Global Income Fund, Tibra Investment Management
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