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Morningstar places Morningstar Analyst Rating for five Investec funds under review

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Morningstar has placed the Morningstar Analyst Rating for Investec Enhanced Natural Resources, Investec Global Gold, Investec GSF Enhanced Natural Resources, Investec GSF Global Gold and Investec GSF Global Natural Resources under review. 

This follows the announcement that Bradley George will relinquish his responsibilities as head of the natural resources team and co-manager of all five funds in April 2015. All five funds previously held a Bronze Rating.
 
The Investec Enhanced Natural Resources fund previously held a Bronze Rating. Tom Nelson, co-manager on the Investec Global Energy fund, will replace Bradley George as head of the team as well as becoming co-manager on this fund alongside current co-manager George Cheveley. Morningstar manager research analysts will meet with Messrs Nelson and Cheveley in due course to discuss their future plans for the fund.
 
The Investec Global Gold fund previously held a Bronze Rating. George Cheveley, co-manager on the Investec Global Natural Resources and Investec Enhanced Natural Resources funds, will replace Bradley George as co-manager. In addition, Hanré Rossouw, who joined Investec Asset Management in 2013 as investment specialist within the Commodities & Resources team, will be appointed co-manager, replacing current co-manager Scott Winship, who will step down. Morningstar manager research analysts will meet with the new management team in the coming weeks to discuss their future plans for the fund.
 
The Investec GSF Enhanced Natural Resources fund previously held a Bronze Rating.  Tom Nelson, co-manager on the Investec Global Energy fund, will replace Bradley George as head of the team as well as becoming co-manager on this fund alongside current co-manager George Cheveley. Morningstar manager research analysts will meet with Messrs Nelson and Cheveley in due course to discuss their future plans for the fund.
 
The Investec GSF Global Gold fund previously held a Bronze Rating. George Cheveley, co-manager on the Investec Global Natural Resources and Investec Enhanced Natural Resources funds, will replace Bradley George as co-manager. In addition, Hanré Rossouw, who joined Investec Asset Management in 2013 as investment specialist within the Commodities & Resources team, will be appointed co-manager, replacing current co-manager Scott Winship, who will step down. Morningstar manager research analysts will be meeting with the new management team in the coming weeks to discuss their future plans for the fund.
 
The Investec GSF Global Natural Resources fund previously held a Bronze Rating. Tom Nelson, co-manager on the Investec Global Energy fund, will replace Bradley George as head of the team as well as becoming co-manager on this fund alongside current co-manager George Cheveley. Morningstar manager research analysts will be meeting with Messrs Nelson and Cheveley in due course to discuss their future plans for the fund.

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