Martin Currie in equity deal

Salih, Chris
September 2007
Money Marketing;9/27/2007, p18
The article reports on the move of Martin Currie Investment Management Ltd. to sell its 25% of its equity to fund managers Crestview Partners LLC and Jacob Rothschild in Great Britain. Accordingly, the move will assure Martin Currie's independence as well as allow them to attain their needed liquidity. Richard DeMartin of Crestview believes that the company has established their business because of their ownership structure, product focus and performance qualifications.


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