Franklin Templeton appoints Johan Meyer as co-portfolio manager of Fondul Proprietatea

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Franklin Templeton (FTIML), Fondul Proprietateaís investment manager, has announced that effective on 1 November 2016, Johan Meyer will serve as co-CEO of FTIML and co-portfolio manager of Fondul Proprietatea. He will be based in Bucharest and will be working closely with Greg Konieczny, CEO of FTIML and portfolio manager of Fondul Proprietatea. ďJohanís focus is […]

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