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Mirabaud launches new European small and mid-cap strategy

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Mirabaud Asset Management continues to strengthen its offering for investors in the small and mid-cap space with the successful launch of its European small and mid-cap strategy.

Between the Pan European version and the ex-UK version, this strategy has already gathered in excess of EUR90 million, a significant portion of which has been seeded by prominent institutional investors who were familiar with the outstanding track record and capabilities of Ken Nicholson and his team over the past decade. According to the investment team, the capacity for this strategy is anticipated to be in the region of EUR1 billion.
 
“We intend to reach this amount steadily over the next few years, while focusing on our main objective: performance generation for our investors,” says Ken Nicholson (pictured), who, with his team, joined Mirabaud Asset Management in London in August.

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