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A Small Cap Recap

In a live webcast on 12th August 2015, Dan Nickols, manager of the Old Mutual UK Smaller Companies Fund, and Ian Ormiston, manager of the Old Mutual Europe (ex UK) Smaller Companies Fund, will address the challenges and opportunities that currently adorn their respective markets, and how they are positioning the funds against this backdrop.

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