Wealth Manager - the site for professional investment managers

Register to get unlimited access to Citywire’s fund manager database. Registration is free and only takes a minute.

Ex-Neptune China manager Turnbull joins Invesco Perpetual

Ex-Neptune China manager Turnbull joins Invesco Perpetual

Doug Turnbull (pictured), former head of Chinese equities at Neptune Investment management, has joined Invesco Perpetual's emerging markets team.

Turnbull, who will join Invesco in September, left Neptune after 10 years at the firm in May.

‘I’m extremely pleased that Doug is joining our team and look forward to him applying the experience he has gained in Asia to the wider world of emerging markets,’ said Dean Newman, head of emerging market equities at Invesco Perpetual.

‘His arrival reinforces our strategy to further develop our emerging markets franchise to support this growing area of interest for our clients.’

The Neptune China fund, which he had managed, had struggled in recent years returning 44.7% over the past three years, which compares to the market average of 61.9%.

Following Turnbull's exit,  Ewan Thomas took over as manager of the Neptune China fund. AA-rated. Thomas also manages Neptune’s emerging markets fund.

Leave a comment!

Please sign in or register to comment. It is free to register and only takes a minute or two.
Citywire TV
Play On the Road Challenge: Clay pigeon shooting with Thesis' Lansdowne

On the Road Challenge: Clay pigeon shooting with Thesis' Lansdowne

Eleanor Mahmoud goes clay shooting at the National Clay Shooting Centre with Sam Lansdowne from Thesis Asset Management

Play AA-rated Flood on gov't bonds: 'the maths doesn't add up'

AA-rated Flood on gov't bonds: 'the maths doesn't add up'

He also addresses why his Newton Multi-Asset Income fund has such a high cash weighting and why he sees renewables as such a good opportunity.

Play AAA-rated Ali: Identifying the peripheral European plays

AAA-rated Ali: Identifying the peripheral European plays

Citywire AAA-rated Tawhid Ali thinks that plenty of good stocks in the European periphery are being thrown out with the proverbial bath water.

Read More
Your Business: Cover Star Club

Profile: Brewin's Cardiff boss on the Welsh opportunity

Profile: Brewin's Cardiff boss on the Welsh opportunity

Prior to becoming head of Brewin Dolphin Cardiff, Welshman David Myrddin-Evans had only previously visited the city to watch the rugby.

Wealth Manager on Twitter