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Gervais Williams added to Psigma Income Fund management team


Following Miton’s acquisition of PSigma earlier this summer, Gervais Williams is joining the management team of the PSigma Income Fund.

Since the acquisition, Miton has had an enlarged UK equities team of seven fund managers managing six UK equity portfolios.
As a result, investment manager Neil Cumming and research analyst David Hallam will be stepping down from the PSigma Income Fund and will be leaving the group.
Given the importance of the PSigma Income Fund to Miton, as both a core and differentiated fund within the Miton range, Williams (pictured) will be joining the management of the fund alongside Bill Mott and Eric Moore with immediate effect. The management of the other UK equity portfolios is unchanged.
Mott will continue in his strategic role looking at top-down themes. He will articulate the macroeconomic background, the economic and stock market environment, as well as the fund’s key themes. He will work closely with Williams and Moore to ensure that the fund’s stock selection reflects the key macro themes.
They will work closely with the broader UK equity team and use inputs and ideas from the entire team to focus in on the key stocks for the PSigma Income Fund.
Ian Chimes, head of sales & marketing at Miton Group, says: “Gervais is an extremely experienced UK equity manager. This move will strengthen the team considerably and bring some fresh ideas to the management of the PSigma Income Fund.”
Mott says: “Gervais and I have known and respected each other for over 20 years and are enjoying working together and sharing ideas at Miton.
“Both Eric and I are looking forward to incorporating the fresh perspective that Gervais will bring to the fund.
“I would also like to acknowledge and thank Neil Cumming and David Hallam for their contribution.”
There will be no change to the approach and philosophy of the fund.

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